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Saturday, 03 June 2023 05:00 PM
was initiated Microsoft Bing’s AI-powered chat was available earlier this year, but shortly after the company opened the preview to some users in line, reports indicated that a chatbot had derailed in Microsoft’s web browser, and the company was limiting chat sessions and the total number of conversations. Since then the limits have been gradually increased.
According to India’s TOI website, Microsoft has again raised the AI-powered Bing Chat limit to 30 chats per session and 300 chats per day, Jordi Ribas tweeted: “Good news, we’ve raised Bing Chat conversion limits again to 30. conversation and 300 per day”, and It should be noted that when the tool first came out, it had no limitations. This also means that the chatbot is now more powerful and better trained to handle difficult questions.
Bing chat improvements
This development comes after a week Microsoft advertising About the improvements to Bing Chat, the company said: “When you ask questions about sports topics – including games, tables, statistics and standings in various sports – we’ve taken steps to make Bing Chat better able to provide answers.”
According to Microsoft, Bing Chat has now become more efficient at solving math problems by adding support for LaTeX encoding, “We’ve shipped support for LaTeX encoding – allowing Bing Chat to display complex math expressions correctly. This makes Bing Chat an even more useful tool. Whether learning math concepts or writing technical research papers Writing,” the company noted.
The company was able to narrow down the end triggers of the chat, and “took steps” to enable the chatbot to provide better responses to messages. Last month, Microsoft said it was working on using additional views to make chat responses more complete.
In March, Microsoft added “artificial intelligence-generated stories” to certain user searches on its Bing search engine. Bing will allow users to create AI-generated stories, giving them “multiple ways to consume bitsy information through text, images, video and audio.