While both Bing Chat AI and ChatGPT are built on OpenAI's technology, they offer distinct experiences. Microsoft, a significant investor in OpenAI, has integrated ChatGPT into its Bing Chat service. However, Bing Chat is more than just a rebranded ChatGPT; it brings unique features to the table. Here are seven things you can do with Bing Chat AI that you can't with ChatGPT.
No Account Required for Bing Chat
Privacy is a concern when using AI chatbots like ChatGPT and Bing Chat. While most platforms require users to sign in, Microsoft allows you to use Bing Chat without an account, albeit with a limit of five prompts.
Free Access to GPT-4
Bing Chat offers free access to OpenAI's latest GPT-4 model. Unlike ChatGPT, where a $20/month subscription is needed for GPT-4 access, Bing Chat lets you utilize this advanced model at no cost.
Image Upload Capability
Bing Chat allows you to upload images alongside text prompts. This multi-modal support enables a more interactive and comprehensive chat experience.
Image Creation Feature
Not only can you upload images, but you can also instruct Bing Chat to create images for you, a feature not available in ChatGPT.
Summarize Web Pages and Documents
Bing Chat can summarize web pages and documents directly within Microsoft's Edge browser. This feature is particularly useful for quick overviews without leaving the webpage.
Export to Word or PDF
If you need to save your chat summaries, Bing Chat allows you to export them directly to Microsoft Word or as PDF files, enhancing your productivity.
Enhanced Internet Browsing
Bing Chat takes advantage of its internet browsing capabilities, offering features like Edge Actions, which can find and play movies or TV shows for you.
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