Bing Chat, Microsoft’s generative AI, added new tools in Google Chrome

Bing Chat, Microsoft’s generative AI, added new tools in Google Chrome
Daniel García

Daniel García

  • Updated:

It has been several weeks since Bing Chat, Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence based on GPT-4, started working in Chrome, Google’s popular browser. However, the thing does not stop there, but, in addition, Microsoft is adding more tools to the AI system that works from Google Chrome.

Bing Chat became available in Chrome browsers at the end of July, and thanks to this support, the bulk of web users, who use Google Chrome as their main browser, now also have the wide range of services offered by this AI, which, just by opening it, will display a series of tabs with different types of requests.

Microsoft Bing Search DOWNLOAD

Microsoft AI in Google Chrome

Google Chrome is thus friendly to the technological advances of its competitors, as it does not put any obstacles in the way of users being able to use its systems. In fact, Bing Chat allows all kinds of commands, such as organizing an agenda, writing, creating “original” content, helping to shop, entertaining and even programming functional code, among many other things.

Moreover, Bing Chat is not only expanding in Chrome, but also in its own ecosystems. Thus, Bing Chat Enterprise is now also compatible with the Edge browser for Android, where paying users can now have full support for the services that this Artificial Intelligence has at its disposal.

Bing Chat is now live and based on GPT-4

The dilemma of generative AIs

Artificial intelligences have emerged as one of the most popular fads in the technology world, because, at absolute levels, these systems are capable of doing amazing things. However, as a result, there are also dark shadows looming over society, such as the job viability of many sectors that may be engulfed by these AIs.

On the other hand, systems such as ChatGPT have proven to be quite problematic in different aspects, such as the lack of privacy it offers to users, which has led many companies to ban it, the collection of copyrighted data for its learning, or its answers, which, being based on network content, may fail or be invented depending on the information it collects.

Daniel García

Daniel García

Graduado en Periodismo, Daniel está especializado en videojuegos y tecnología, escribiendo actualmente en Andro4all y NaviGames, y habiendo escrito para más portales de Difoosion como Alfa Beta Juega o Urban Tecno. Disfruta de estar al día de la actualidad, así como de la lectura, los videojuegos y cualquier otro medio de expresión cultural.

Latest from Daniel García