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Many people have been astonished by the sophisticated features of Microsoft’s Bing AI chatbot, which is still free to use and includes GPT-4 and internet connection.
Up until recently, the only barrier to entry was possessing a Microsoft account.
Microsoft is introducing unauthenticated chat access on Bing, according to Michael Schechter, vice president of growth and distribution at Microsoft, who announced this on Twitter on Tuesday.
As some of you have noticed, we’ve started rolling out unauthenticated chat access on Bing. Seeing only 5 chat turns per session? Sign in to have longer conversations.
— Michael Schechter (@mikeschechter) May 17, 2023
Anyone may now experience the Bing Chat craze thanks to this update, even if you’re a die-hard Google user who won’t sign up for a Microsoft account.
There is a catch though: each session is only allowed five chat turns for non-authenticated user interactions.
If your limited use of Bing Chat appeals to you, creating a Microsoft account is simple and will grant you full access to the chatbot with 20 chat turns per session as opposed to the default five.
Also read : Microsoft plans to release the Bing Chat Widget for Android and iOS in the upcoming weeks
This update comes after a constant stream of AI improvements that Microsoft has been rolling out across its platforms over the past few weeks.
Microsoft most recently released a flurry of upgrades for its Bing, Edge, Swiftkey, and Skype apps.