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AI News: Thanks to its AI chat and Edge browser, Microsoft’s Bing has reached 100 million active users.

As a tech enthusiast, I’ve been following Microsoft’s journey in the search engine market for years now. While I admit that Google still reigns supreme, I’m hopeful that Microsoft’s Bing will continue to improve and gain a bigger share of the market.

It’s exciting to see the new AI-powered features that Bing has been rolling out, especially with the recent launch of the Bing chatbot. I’m particularly impressed with how Microsoft has been using large language models like OpenAI to power its chatbot and improve its functionality. Now, they are saying that they have reached 100 million active users.

It’s also interesting to note how Microsoft is leveraging Bing’s integration with its other products, like Edge browser, Skype, and even Windows 11 taskbar. I can see how this could help drive adoption and usage of Bing, especially since Edge uses Bing as its default search engine.

Of course, Microsoft still has a long way to go in terms of catching up with Google’s dominance. But the fact that Bing has surpassed 100 million daily active users is definitely a milestone worth celebrating. I’m curious to see how Microsoft will continue to innovate and differentiate Bing from its competitors, especially with the company’s focus on “multimodal AI” technology that can process various forms of input. Who knows, maybe one day Bing will become a real contender in the search engine market!

There are also some unusual things that the chat-bot said recently. Check them here.