Microsoft found on phones Samsung Milky Way to the best aircraft carrier for artificial intelligence; Bing. So anyone who doesn’t have the remotest idea about the new technology will be available by default on their smartphone.
Bing is Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence chatbot, Direct competitor ChatGPT (OpenAI). The goal of the company founded by Bill Gates is to directly enter the smartphone market, the second front after computers.
A few weeks ago, Bing’s resources became available on the SwiftKey keyboard, allowing users to quickly access chat and pitch change functionality.
The SwiftKey app is pre-installed on Galaxy devices, the company recently confirmed on Twitter. From Android v126.96.36.199 update.
But the users can always switch to original Samsung keyboards, which is the second pre-installed application in Galaxy.
The union between Samsung and Bing, Microsoft Artificial Intelligence
All this happened weeks after the emergence of something new: Samsung is thought to have turned to Bing as the default search engine on mobile phones.
According to the reports cited by Android Authority Nokia would pay Google close to $3 billion to make it the default search engine for its Galaxy devices.
“Integration of Bing Artificial Intelligence pre-installed in the SwiftKey app,” notes Android Authority. “It could be a sign of things to come.”
New Bing allows turn ideas into images, refine searches, and summarize answers; among other Microsoft technology applications. “It’s intact everywhere in Microsoft Edge, including the sidebar” It is described in the company’s portal.
“64% of searches happen primarily on mobile phones, so we’re launching the new Bing to serve as your web co-pilot, and with you from the desk. says the company was founded by Bill Porta. “The new Bing preview is now available on the Bing, Edge, and Skype mobile apps, as well as PC and Mac.”