The newest version of Microsoft’s generative AI system was just launched. When using an iOS or Android device with an app that allows for a third-party keyboard, SwiftKey now includes GPT AI smarts.
Microsoft has been rapidly adopting a customised version of OpenAI’s GPT smarts throughout the company, from Bing and Edge to Skype and Microsoft’s productivity applications to a new Copilot Security tool. SwiftKey, Microsoft’s smart keyboard for iOS and Android devices, has been updated with Bing AI, the company revealed. In a blog post, the company provided the following information:
We’ve just released a slew of new features for interacting with the new Bing. With today’s announcement, users of iOS and Android mobile devices that allow a third-party keyboard may get the Bing AI experience with a single touch.
Version 3.0.1 of SwiftKey has Bing AI integration, which has three main features:
With Tone Chat, you can “access the new Bing on the go for more detailed queries,” while Tone Search lets you “quickly search the web from your keyboard, without switching apps.” According to Microsoft, “SwiftKey” now has capabilities that are “accessible in all markets where the new Bing is available; anyone can use Search now.”