Bing GPT-4 will be available for all users from today, eliminating the long wait list that Microsoft had in place for a while. By signing in to your Bing or Edge with your Microsoft account, users can preview GPT-4.
Microsoft originally launched the chatbot in February as a private preview for selecting users, while others joined the long waitlist. The company is now opening up the service to everyone gradually.
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Bing Chat will also be getting new features like image and video results new Bing and Edge Actions features, persistent chat and history, and plug-in support, The Verge reported.
Plug-in support will form the key foundation for developers and the future of Bing Chat. The company is already working with OpenTable to enable its plug-in for completing restaurant bookings within Bing Chat and WolframAlpha for generating visualizations.
Microsoft is expected to share more details in its Build conference later this month.