Microsoft Increases Daily Bing Chat Turns to 120 in an Attempt to Push the AI

Microsoft’s foray into the world of AI chatbots has not gone over all that smoothly. The initial rollout of Bing Chat was marred by the chatbot behaving erratically, and this made it so that consumers were less likely to rely on it than might have been the case otherwise. In spite of the fact that this is the case, Microsoft has doubled down on Bing Chat in order to keep the experiment going

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that the tech juggernaut has increased the maximum daily turns that you can get with the AI chatbot. This isn’t the first time that Microsoft has done so either. The company recently increased the maximum number of turns to 100 from 60, and it has now increased it even further to 120.

What this means is that you can now have 120 exchanges with the chatbot per day with all things having been considered and taken into account. Increasing the maximum turns is essential because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing users to get what they need from it.

It is also essential due to the nature of Large Language Models. The AI needs to be continuously used otherwise it will stop growing. It learns from each interaction, so increasing these interactions will do a lot to help it advance. Bing’s chat feature has not been all that successful so far, but Microsoft is only trying it out for now and it is likely going to improve it further in the future.

Whether or not this helps Bing Chat reach its true potential remains to be seen. Users have been going to the chatbot mostly for comical effect, and there might be a long wait before it can actually be useful in any kind of practical capacity. There will likely be more changes around the corner, all of which will serve to optimize the chatbot in whatever way consumers might end up requiring.

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