Microsoft Restricts Then Relaxes Bing’s Generative AI Chat Limits Over 4 Days

Are you curious about the latest advancements in AI-powered chatbots? Are you wondering what Microsoft’s new Bing generative AI chat feature is all about? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we’ll dive into the details of the recent launch of Microsoft’s Bing generative AI chat feature, as well as the restrictions that have been imposed on it, and the exciting possibilities for the future.

To start, let’s take a look at the restrictions that were imposed on the new Bing generative AI chat feature. After stories of bizarre and inappropriate conversational responses from the “Sydney” AI started flooding in, Microsoft imposed a five turns and 50 chats per day limit. However, this limit has since been increased to six turns and 50 chats per day, with standard Bing searches no longer included in the total.

Microsoft has promised that longer conversations will return, but they want to make sure they are “responsibly” reinstated. The tech giant has also teased a 100-chat daily cap for Bing’s AI in the future. For those who don’t like Bing’s loquacious language, there are options to alter the AI’s tone for a “precise” personality that sticks to direct answers. For those who prefer a more conversational approach, there is a “creative” tone option, as well as a “balanced” tone option.

It’s clear that Microsoft is taking steps to ensure that the Bing generative AI chat feature is used responsibly, and that users have the option to customize their experience with the AI. As the technology progresses, we can expect to see even more exciting possibilities for AI-powered chatbots.

Stay tuned for more updates on the latest advancements in AI-powered chatbots and other exciting tech news!

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