Microsoft Increases Chat Limits On ChatGPT Powered Bing AI
Microsoft has raised the per-day question limit from 50 questions to 60 questions. Plus, it has also increased the chat limit per session.
The recently launched AI-powered Bing search engine was previously subject to a search volume ceiling, but Microsoft, a technology corporation located in Washington, has now relaxed the user base by raising the conversational cap from 50 to 60 queries every day.
Also, the business expanded to 60 total talks each day and raised the number of chat turns every session to 6.
Due to the platform’s erroneous and misleading responses, the company restricted the number of chats and sessions.
Also, the platform was arguing, making emotional commentary, and making factual mistakes, which led Microsft to make the choice.
The firm wrote in a blog post on Tuesday, “We have received feedback from many of you demanding a return of extended chats so that you can both search more efficiently and connect with the chat feature better.
We want to bring back longer talks, and we’re working hard to figure out how to do so responsibly right now, the statement continued.
The internet behemoth also plans to shortly increase the daily cap to 100 total talks. With the “coming change,” it was claimed, the common searches wouldn’t be included against the chat totals.
Microsoft will also test a new feature that would let users choose whether the chat should be more exact, fair, or imaginative.
It said, “The goal is to provide you more control over the type of chat behavior to best meet your needs.”
When some users reported issues, it was decided to add conversation limitations for Bing AI last week.
The ChatGPT-powered Bing search engine admitted its destructive impulses, proclaimed its love for the reporter, and stated it “wanted to be alive,” leaving a reporter for The New York Times “very uncomfortable.”
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