Microsoft has implemented some conversation limits to its Bing AI search engine following some shocking replies by the ChatGPT-driven engine during chat sessions.
In order to ensure that conversations with the engine are kept within a certain level of complexity and that the underlying chat model is not overwhelmed, the company has capped the chat experience at 50 chat turns per day and 5 chat turns per session.
A turn consists of a user question and a response from Bing, and the company has stressed that it is important to keep the conversation brief and to the point in order to ensure the best possible experience.
The decision to limit conversations with the ChatGPT-driven Bing search engine comes as Microsoft introduces several other measures to ensure the experience is as smooth and efficient as possible. These measures include better detection of user intent and more robust natural language processing capabilities.
The company is also emphasizing the importance of conversational AI and its potential to benefit companies across various industries, from customer service to healthcare. With the new limits in place, Microsoft hopes to deliver a better chat experience with Bing as it continues to broaden its AI capabilities.