Bing Preview Release Notes: AI-powered Knowledge Cards and Stories

We announced this week we are bringing Bing Image Creator to the new Bing Preview, powered by an advanced version of the DALL-E model from OpenAI.  The experience has been rolling out in Bing chat over the past several days, and it is now available to everyone in the Bing preview.  Remember that it is currently only available in Creative mode.

You can read more about our approach to building Bing Image Creator from Jordi Ribas, CVP of Search & AI. 

We also continue to use AI to enhance the search experience on  Here are a few examples of what has changed since our March 17 update:
•    Knowledge Cards 2.0: Knowledge cards appear on the right-hand side of the Bing search results page, and they’re designed to help you explore topics that interest you with facts, image-based timelines, polls, actions, and related topics.  This week we've expanded the richness and breadth of knowledge cards supported by Bing using generative AI.


•    Stories:  Bing will also now craft AI-generated stories that provide you with multiple ways to consume bite-sized information--through text, images, video, and audio.  Stories are perfect for visual and auditory learners, and they are available to all Bing users in English, French, Japanese, German, Spanish, Russian, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Polish and Arabic.

Additionally, we've addressed some known issues with Bing chat, including:
•    Making it easier for you to copy chat text from the Bing mobile app on iOS.  
•    Improving voice detection in the Bing mobile app so messages aren't sent before you are done speaking.
•    Fixing cases where Bing search queries would inadvertently trigger a chat with the same query when you scroll up.

Finally, congratulations to the Microsoft Start team, whose weather forecasting service was rated most accurate by ForecastWatch.

Keep your feedback coming!

-    The Bing Team