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Microsoft's Bing chatbot becomes adaptive with restaurant reservations, image results, and other features

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Today, Microsoft unveiled a significant update to its Bing chatbot that includes the addition of image and video responses, restaurant reservations, conversation history, and improved Microsoft Edge integration. Additionally, Microsoft is launching these new features at the same time that Bing Chat switches from private to public preview, making it accessible to everyone. The most significant improvement is possibly the new Actions feature in Edge and Bing Chat. Now, you won't need to switch back and forth between websites to complete activities using Microsoft's Bing AI. Therefore, if a search result suggests a restaurant, it can help you book a reservation time that works for you in the chat interface. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="929"]Microsoft A.I. chatbot now in Bing app on iPhone and Android Image credit- CNBC[/caption] If you're looking for movies, you can just ask Bing AI to play them for you; it will then choose the appropriate service and launch the website to begin playing the video. This also functions through Edge. It's safe to assume that OpenTable for restaurant reservations and Apple TV for movie searches will be available at launch in a few weeks despite Microsoft not listing all the partners it's working with for Bing and Edge Actions. The results of image and video searches are displayed next in Bing Chat. According to Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft's head of consumer marketing, "We're introducing richer, more visual answers, including charts and graphs and updated formatting of answers, helping you find the information you seek more easily." Soon, you'll be able to search in Bing Chat and request images or videos of various things, including people, animals, locations, and more. Microsoft is also making its Bing Image Creator available in more than 100 languages, making it simple to create graphics using Bing Chat.  

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