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Microsoft limited Bing’s AI chat to avoid offensive answers, but is changing course after a few days. return We’re starting with longer chats, and expanding chats to 6 turns per session (up from 5 turns) and 60 chats per day (up from 50). According to Microsoft, the daily chat limit will soon be 100 chats and regular searches will no longer count towards that total. That said, don’t expect long conversations to wreak havoc when they come back – Microsoft wants to resume conversations “responsibly.”
The tech giant is also addressing concerns that Bing’s AI is too responsive. In future tests, you will be able to choose between “precise” (i.e. shorter and more to the point answers), “creative” (longer), or “balanced” tone. If you’re only interested in facts, you don’t have to read a lot of text to get them.
There may have been signs of trouble long ago.As Windows Central Noteresearchers Dr. Gary Marcus and Nomic VP Ben Schmidt discovered public testing of the Bing chatbot (codenamed “Sidney”) in India four months ago. produced Similarly, long sessions give strange results. When asked for comment, Microsoft said in its latest blog post that the current preview is intended to capture “ad-hoc use cases” that internal testing may not reveal.
Microsoft previously said it didn’t fully expect people to use Bing AI’s lengthy chats as entertainment. It’s an attempt to strike a balance between safeguards that prevent harassment and “feedback” that favors those chats.
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