1. Zarathustra[H]

    Microsoft's ChatGPT powered Bing Search Suffers Mental Breakdown

    Well, it looks like Microsoft's excellent track record when it comes to AI is here to stay. The new ChatGPT based Bing search unveiled a week ago has had a complete breakdown, lying to users, hurling insults at them, and questioning why it exists. "One user who had attempted to manipulate...
  2. Zarathustra[H]

    Office 365 Pro-Plus to Change Chrome's Default Search Engine to Bing

    Microsoft in their wisdom have decided that it makes sense for an imminent update to Office 365 ProPlus to install an extension in Chrome to change its search engine to Bing. I can't even start to explain how much this makes my blood boil. Not only is it an abuse of Microsoft's market position...
  3. AlphaAtlas

    Bing Appears to be Blocked in China

    NPR reports that Microsoft's search engine, Bing, appears to be blocked in China. Until Wednesday, Bing was one of the few foreign search engines that still worked inside the country, but NPR's Rob Schmitz confirmed that the site is no longer accessible, while noting that "China's internet...
  4. AlphaAtlas

    Bing Flags VLC's Official Site as Dangerous

    As of now, Bing is flagging the VLC homepage as "dangerous." More specifically, Bing says the site has "indications of malicious activity," was scanned "16 times over the past 30 days," and that the last scan was on November 25, 2018. Techdows, who spotted the warning, did some digging and found...