Microsoft has unveiled a revolutionary new feature in their Bing and Edge services – ChatGPT.

Powered by artificial intelligence, this feature allows users to ask questions up to 1,000 words long and get annotated answers from a chatbot. This feature is currently available for desktop as a limited preview, and a mobile version is expected to be released soon.

The chatbot is able to answer various types of questions, from simple ones to complex ones, and the answers will be provided in a conversational manner. With this feature, users can easily get their questions answered quickly, without having to search through multiple sources. Microsoft has opened up a waitlist for people who wish to gain full access to ChatGPT and expects to have millions of people using it in the coming weeks. This could be a great way to get instant answers to your questions and to stay connected with your peers.

Overall, ChatGPT is a great way to get answers to your questions quickly and easily, and it is sure to be a great asset for many people in the near future.

So, if you’re interested in trying out this new feature, don’t hesitate to join the waitlist and be one of the first to experience it!

Microsoft’s ChatGPT-powered Bing is open for everyone to try starting today
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