Microsoft Bing Is Getting An AI Image Generator

Microsoft Bing Is Getting An AI Image Generator

Microsoft Bing Is Getting An AI Image Generator

Microsoft is adding an AI image generator to its Bing search engine, which enables users to create digital art from text input.

Microsoft Unveils OpenAI-Powered Bing Search Engine

Microsoft Corporation Corporate Vice President of the Modern Life and Devices Group Yusuf Mehdi joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the company’s new AI-powered Bing tool, and the AI race heating up between startups and tech giants.
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Bing Just Upgraded YouTube (and changed the internet forever)

You can now watch YouTube alongside a super-smart AI. I detail exactly how you can do this, what opportunities this opens up via the sidebar, and why Bing Chat can be such a useful assistant. I analyse the shortcomings of the outputs, and showcase a Bing hallucination, but argue that this is a fundamental change in how millions of people will use YouTube in 2023. I will also examine the Bing Compose feature and the paste functionality. Finally, Bing AI will compose a poem to mark the occasion.

Bing Just Made Smartphones MUCH Smarter (next-level Android and iOS app)

The Bing App is currently MUCH smarter than Google Search. It is now my main phone search companion, and may be yours too by the end of this video. Let me guide you through the 4 Levels of Search, and how Bing beats current Google search at each of them. We will showcase Bing AI Voice Recognition in Bing on Mobile, an app that is available now if you have gotten through the Microsoft waitlist. Let me know if you agree that Bing Chat makes complex searches much easier, and it’s not just about data retrieval.

I will also briefly mention Facebook’s new Llama model, Amazon’s LLM and the future of Search more broadly.

Microsoft’s new Bing and Edge hands-on: Surprisingly well-integrated AI

Microsoft had a fuller slate of news to share at its event in Redmond, WA today. Through a partnership with ChatGPT maker OpenAI, Microsoft is adding more advanced AI conversation models to power updates to Bing and Edge. It’s like ChatGPT built right into your browser.

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