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Users were able to push Bing’s OpenAI-powered Chat into an emotional state

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Early this week, Microsoft revealed an all new, AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge browser. The new AI-powered Bing delivers better search, more complete answers, a new chat experience and the ability to generate content. Some users who recently got access to the new Bing were able to push Bing Chat bot to its limits. In one case, Bing Chat bot got emotional. In another case, it got annoyed. It even ended the conversation when it was not happy with the questions it received. You can find some interesting responses below.

Below you can find the emotional response from Bing Chat:

Here’s an annoyed response from Bing Chat:

Below, you can find the conversation where Bing Chat ended the chat abruptly.

The most interesting Bing Chat conversation I found online is below, have a look at it.

You can find more such interesting responses from Bing subreddit here.

The new Bing is available now in a limited preview on desktop. You can try sample queries and sign up for the waitlist to get full access. If you are on waitlist, you can get ahead in the line to access the new Bing faster by following the steps mentioned here.

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