Why You’re Still Waiting for Bing AI


Are you ready to experience the future of search? Last week, Microsoft opened up the waitlist for its Bing AI preview, and the response was overwhelming with 1 million people signing up in just 48 hours. In this blog post, we’ll look at what the Bing AI preview has to offer and why it’s taking some time to unlock it for millions of people.

First, let’s take a look at what the Bing AI preview entails. Microsoft is testing the Bing AI service in 169 countries around the world, and the company is prioritizing people with Bing and Edge as their default search engine and browser, as well as those with the Bing mobile app installed. That’s why Bing briefly rose to the top of the App Store last week.

Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft’s head of consumer marketing, explains that if you’re on the waitlist, you just have to hang tight. The company intends to scale to millions of people in the coming weeks, so it won’t be long before you can experience the Bing AI preview.

Currently, the Bing AI preview is limited to Microsoft Edge, but Microsoft plans to expand beyond its own browser. Over time, the company intends to bring the preview to all browsers.

So if you’re interested in the Bing AI preview, make sure you have Bing and Edge as your default search engine and browser, as well as the Bing mobile app installed. Then, just hang tight until the preview is unlocked for millions of people in the coming weeks. With the Bing AI preview, you’ll be able to experience the future of search.

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