How To Use Copilot (formerly Called Bing Chat)
Microsoft has invested heavily in OpenAI’s ChatGPT, but instead of investing in the AI chatbot, the tech giant used the funds to supercharge its own search engine, Bing. To reflect the new capabilities of the search engine, Microsoft has given it a new name and a new website, Copilot. With Copilot, users can ask questions, upload images, and request AI-generated images, much like they can with ChatGPT.
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Unlike ChatGPT, Microsoft Copilot offers a more human-like response to queries. Users can interact with Copilot by entering prompts into the text area at the bottom of the screen and submit them to Copilot. To get started with Copilot, users need a Microsoft account or Entra ID and they must use either the Microsoft Edge or Chrome browser, on either Windows or Mac OS.
The Microsoft Copilot bot differs from ChatGPT in the format of the answers, the conversational style, and the user interface. Copilot performs as a conversational AI-powered search engine and, although it does not give answers in a list format like a search engine, it does gather most of its responses from the web, thanks to Bing. It also provides three conversation styles – more creative, more balanced, and more precise – to generate original and imaginative answers, as well as concise and straightforward responses. Additionally, Copilot offers suggested follow-up questions and a prompt counter to help keep track of how many responses have been given. Finally, users can like, dislike, copy, and export the responses from Copilot.