Microsoft Embeds Bing Generative AI Search In New Windows 11 Taskbar

Are you ready to take your Windows experience to the next level? Microsoft has just upgraded Windows 11 and integrated its new AI-powered Bing search engine into the taskbar. This exciting development is sure to revolutionize the way you interact with your Windows PC and the web. In this blog post, we’ll explore the new Windows Bing AI and what it means for users.

Microsoft is leveraging generative AI and OpenAI’s large language model (LLM) called Prometheus to power the new Bing search engine. Instead of a list of links, users now receive complete and detailed responses to their queries in a conversational format that evolves based on what they write. This improved relevance of the links Bing fetches is sure to make it a valuable addition to the Windows experience.

The new search box is one of the most widely used Windows features, and now with the typable Windows search box and the new AI-powered Bing front and center, users will be empowered to find the answers they’re looking for, faster than ever before. Microsoft has also implemented more voice control and a preview of the iPhone interaction service Phone Link for iOS.

The new Bing search engine is still maintaining the more cautious conversational approach adopted by Microsoft in the wake of well-publicized problematic and even unhinged responses from the AI. That means no exploration of the “inner life” of Bing’s AI.

The new feature is limited to those who already have access to the AI-powered Bing’s desktop and mobile experiences. People on the waitlist still won’t be able to use it,

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