Microsoft’s ChatGPT-powered Bing gets better with local knowledge. With that being said, it simply means that Bing has become more useful to users on the platform, at least we hope.
Microsoft’s ChatGPT-Powered Bing
Microsoft’s Bing just recently got some new improvements and this is including one very one that should make the chatbot much more helpful in regards to providing tailored recommendations that are based on your local area or region.
The company in a blog post introducing the latest changes to the tool acknowledged that it got feedback telling the firm that the ChatGPT-powered Bing needed to be better with queries related to local areas and regions. In general, specific requests such as asking for the location of a store in your vicinity, for instance.
Microsoft informs users that it has now bolstered the chops of Bing in this very regard, so with that, it will start to deliver “better answers if you’re trying to find a park, a store, or a doctor’s office near you.”
Other Added Bing Improvements
Other tweaks applied by Microsoft to its Bing chatbot recently include increasing the limit of the max turns you can make using the tool in one single conversation from the normal 15 to 20. And based on the allowance of 10 sessions daily, that gives users a limit of 200 turns daily in total.
Video and image search capabilities are integrated as well in the chatbot now. These will pop up as answer cards and will allow the user to click “see more” in order to dive into further detail with a Bing image search.
The Importance of More AI Usefulness
Beefing up the performance of the Bing AI to work and generally do better with local queries is an obvious boss move to make right now. It really does no good to have an all-singing and dancing AI if it gets to fail when it comes to making simple basic recommendations in regards to services and locations close to you.
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