Over 1 Million People Sign Up for ChatGPT Integrated Bing Search in 48 Hours Said Microsoft Details

Microsoft has announced that over 1 million people have signed up on the waiting list to try Bing powered by ChatGPT in just 48 hours. A similar response was received by OpenAI’s ChatGPT, when the artificial intelligence machine learning conversational tool attracted 1 million users within a week of being available on the web. OpenAI, the developers of ChatGPT, say that their ChatGPT model has been developed using a machine learning technique called Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF). Microsoft has been a big investment in this company since the beginning and now the company is going to include AI tools in its Bing search.

Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President Yusuf Mehdi has informed through a tweet that in just 48 hours, 1 million people have registered to experience ChatGPT in the Bing search engine. “We are overwhelmed and excited by the number of people who want to test the new AI-powered Bing! In 48 hours, over 1 million people have joined our preview waiting list,” he wrote in his tweet. “

Mehdi and Microsoft President and CEO Satya Nadella announced the new Bing last week, which is still available as a limited preview for some users.

ChatGPT from Microsoft The new Bing search powered by artificial intelligence (AI) comes with a host of new AI capabilities that do the work for you, just like ChatGPT does. It can compose poems for you, prepare quick food recipes for you and also interact with you as if it were a human.

Microsoft says the AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge browser are now available in preview on Bing.com to deliver “better searches, more complete answers, a new chat experience and the ability to generate content.”

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