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Bing Chat Usage Turns Updated to 30 Turns per Session and 300 per Day

Bing Chat users with a Microsoft Account can now use the AI search chatbot 30 times per session over 10 sessions each day.

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has announced a major update to its feature, which allows users to interact with an AI-powered chatbot that can answer questions, create content, and provide suggestions based on web searches. The update includes increasing the maximum number of turns per conversation from 20 to 30, adding new capabilities such as image creation and summarization, and improving the quality and diversity of the chatbot's responses.

Bing Chat was launched in February 2023 as a way to provide users with a more engaging and personalized search experience. Users can access Bing Chat by clicking on the chat icon on the Bing homepage or by using the Microsoft Edge sidebar. Bing Chat uses the same technology as , an open-source chatbot developed by that can generate natural and coherent conversations on various topics.

According to Microsoft's Jordi Ribas on Twitter, Bing Chat has received positive feedback from users who have used it for various purposes, such as planning trips, writing poems, finding products, learning new facts, and having fun. The company claims that Bing Chat has helped users save time and effort by providing them with complete answers and creative suggestions instead of overwhelming them with options.

The new update aims to make Bing Chat even more useful and enjoyable for users by adding new features and improving existing ones. Other recent updates include Microsoft announcing third-party browser support is coming soon.

Consistent Updates for Bing Chat

Microsoft is maintaining a regular schedule of Bing Chat upgrades, including recent mobile improvements for the AI. Bing Chat, which was launched in February and received OpenAI's GPT-4 integration in March, is gaining features quickly as Microsoft expands the functionality of the tool. Earlier this month, Microsoft added Copy/Share/Export, and availability to non-Microsoft Account holders.

Bing Chat uses a proprietary natural language generation system built from Microsoft Graph, GPT-4 from OpenAI, and Microsoft's own models to provide relevant and engaging responses. It combines Microsoft's technology with the same AI that also drives OpenAI‘s ChatGPT chatbot.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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