Microsoft has introduced Bing Chat Enterprise, an AI-powered chatbot experience tailored for businesses recently during the held Inspire Conference.
This version ensures data privacy and governance controls, safeguarding chat data from being saved or accessed by Microsoft. Customer data is not utilized to train the AI models, providing managed access to valuable AI tools while maintaining data protection.
Similar to Bing Chat, Bing Chat Enterprise can answer queries using text, graphs, charts, and images, making it a useful tool for employees to gather information, create messaging, and analyze data without compromising sensitive information. The preview of Bing Chat Enterprise is now available for businesses.
Microsoft is introducing a new feature called Visual Search to Bing Chat Enterprise, allowing users to search the web for content related to uploaded images. Visual Search is being rolled out on mobile and web versions of Bing Chat.
The enterprise version of Bing Chat is available to Microsoft 365 subscribers for free and will later be offered as a standalone option for $5 per user per month. This move follows the launch of Copilot for Business by GitHub and ChatGPT Plus by OpenAI, highlighting the increasing focus on monetizing AI-powered chatbot technologies.