It was expected that with the new era of technological change led by artificial intelligence, most news would be positive, but it’s also normal to occasionally see some that are not as positive. Microsoft is at the forefront of this milestone in the evolution of machines, aiming to imbue Microsoft Paint with generative artificial intelligence and also adding AI to the Skype application. The company has also sought to incorporate these learning models into Bing Chat, a chatbot that, for many users, was lacking in certain aspects.
Bing Chat Enterprise at the cutting edge
While Microsoft claimed that any administrator of Bing Chat Enterprise had the necessary access to add and remove new users, many administrators of this application suggested that this wasn’t really the case. They argued that they should have more control in this process, especially when offering the use of the chatbot in lower protection rings, so they could have more usage and even customization permissions.
They had some valid points, as Microsoft has acknowledged the need for this and recently announced on their blog that through the Bing Chat Enterprise planner, organizations can select a group of users. Once Bing Chat is open normally (after signing in with a Microsoft Enter ID), it will have access to the Enterprise version at the protection level set by the administrator.
Microsoft has also stated that revoking these permissions from any user will revert their status to a regular consumer of Bing Chat. Additionally, they mentioned plans to incorporate tools and materials in the future designed to help employees make the most of Bing Chat Enterprise.
These errors are quite common because Bing Chat Enterprise is still a preliminary application accessible through Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium. However, it is expected that the final version will be integrated into the Microsoft 365 suite in September.