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STATES CHRONICLE – Microsoft has great news for Bing users, as the search engine will get loads of exclusive new features. The updates are meant to improve the searching experience and bring out better results. This will be possible thanks to the AI technology which will be integrated in the search engine, as well as the inclusion of Reddit and all its subreddits.
Bing search gets better with the help of AI technology
One of the first new features Bing will get is Intelligent Search which, as expected, will make use of AI. The option will let users interact more with the search engine, thus allowing it to improve its results. Intelligent Search comes paired up with Intelligent Answers, which is a way for Bing to check its results and constantly improve its techniques.
However, that’s not all Bing has prepared for you. From now on, it will offer more complex answers, depending on the question you have asked. It will provide comparisons, and a comprehensive analysis of the issue you are interested in. Also, if there are many options which can count as an answer, it will display all of them instead of just choosing the most popular.
Image search will improve as well. By making more use of the AI technology, Bing will perform image recognition. Therefore, when you search for pictures of a certain objects, the search engine will be able to tell apart objects present in an image which might not be mentioned in its description.
Bing will integrate a quick Reddit search
The Reddit search engine still needs some improvement, but it’s still a big step ahead. From now on, users will be able to search directly a subreddit they are interested in, and get a glimpse of the posts and conversations on a topic.
Also, they can find anything related to the Reddit field, by just entering one search term. Bing will keep you connected to live Reddit sessions, just like the AMAs (ask me anything) made by celebrities, or will give you links to those conversations which have already taken place.
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