On the 28th of Februar I asked Bing to write me a text for my blog about itself. It is, what I get:

Okay, here is a possible blog text about how Bing’s chatbot feature works.

Bing is not just a web search engine, but also a chatbot that can answer your questions and have a conversation with you. Bing’s chatbot feature is powered by ChatGPT, a next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) system that can generate natural and fluent responses based on your input1.

To use Bing’s chatbot feature, you need to access the new Bing on the iOS or Android Bing, Edge or Skype apps. You can also use it on the web browser if you sign up for the preview2. Once you have access to the new Bing, you can tap or click on the chat icon at the bottom right corner of the screen to start chatting with Bing.

You can ask Bing anything you want, from factual questions to personal opinions. Bing will try to answer your questions using its web search results or its own knowledge. Sometimes, Bing will also ask you follow-up questions or suggest topics to keep the conversation going.

Bing’s chatbot feature is fun and helpful, but it also has some limitations. For example, it cannot perform tasks like booking a flight or sending an email for you. It also cannot handle complex queries that require multiple steps or reasoning. And sometimes, it may give cautious or generic answers to avoid controversy or confusion3.

Bing’s chatbot feature is still learning and improving every day. It uses feedback from users and experts to refine its responses and capabilities. If you want to help Bing become better at chatting, you can send your feedback directly through the app4.

Bing’s chatbot feature is an innovative way to interact with a web search engine. It shows how AI can make web search more engaging and personalized for users. Have you tried chatting with Bing yet? What do you think of it? 😊

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