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Microsoft’s Bing Chat: The AI-Integrated Keyboard
The AI race fever has taken over, and now Microsoft has introduced its new AI keyboard called Bing Chat. This keyboard would help the user gain access to their chatbot by simply clicking the Swift Key button on their Android keyboard now. This update will not only be useful in normal chat mode, but it will also change the tone mode option and help the users gain access to an AI-integrated keyboard without any hassle.
To start, this AI version of the keyboard is now available in the Play Store for the Android version only. It is unclear whether iOS supports this type of keyboard. The users have to download the beta version of this Microsoft keyboard and thus get their first experience with an AI-integrated keyboard.
Microsoft has planned to bring their AI-powered image creator to Microsoft Edge users as well, and the announcement to bring such a feature to the table was already made in late March this year. This AI image creator has made things easier for users. One can simply describe the type of image they want, and AI will paint it for them.
Microsoft Edge Gears Up for AI-Powered Features
The Microsoft people mentioned that for the users who are downloading this feature for the first time, they need to enable the image creator on the sidebar of the Microsoft Edge by clicking on the “+” button and then adding it to the toggle menu “ image creator “
This AI image generator has been a feather in the cap of Microsoft, with the AI chatbot already rolling towards getting published as a Microsoft keyboard feature. Microsoft Edge is renowned for having the most built-in features, like readability access and more. It is now gearing up for the launch of new AI-powered features in its Microsoft Edge tools.
This new integrated form of the AI keyboard will be revolutionary as it will allow access to an AI smart keyboard on Android phones, which have a higher user accessibility base. The makers have given an uncertain signal as to whether it is now available on iOS or not. But it is however seen on the Apple App Store as well, but whether it is compatible to run on an IOS is still a question.
Microsoft’s AI Image Creator: The Future Unveiled
The AI-powered image creator, however, is in the pipeline to be launched soon; the news of its launch was already made in late March of this year. This feature is also helpful and fully AI-integrated, as users will only have to feed the feature a description of the image they want, and the feature will then generate the image for them.
Both of these AI-integrated features of Microsoft help it to be much ahead of the AI race in comparison to other software websites. It is thus more ready for the AI generation to come, and Microsoft is ready to thrive. The other features of the software include its inbuilt readability access and much more.
The race against artificial intelligence is pushing all the software companies to step up their game, and Microsoft has an upper hand in the race. Artificial intelligence is the new big fish in the ocean, and all the tech companies are baiting it to hook it in their net. Now the drill is, who gets to hook the whale? That’s the real game now!