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Microsoft introduces Bing Chat Enterprise at Microsoft Inspire 2023; also unveils pricing plans for Microsoft 365 Copilot

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In a groundbreaking move earlier this year, Microsoft introduced the world to AI-powered Bing, transforming the search experience by providing complete answers, engaging in full-fledged chat conversations, and unleashing creative potential. Taking the journey further, Microsoft has now announced exciting new updates at the Microsoft Inspire event, including the expansion of Bing’s reach with Bing Chat Enterprise, Microsoft 365 Copilot pricing for commercial customers, and the introduction of Visual Search in Chat.

Bing Chat Enterprise: AI-powered chat for work with enhanced data protection

Bing Chat Enterprise

Microsoft is set to launch Bing Chat Enterprise, a groundbreaking AI-powered chat service tailored for work purposes, while ensuring robust data protection. With Bing Chat Enterprise, user and business data are safeguarded from any external leaks. Microsoft guarantees that no data goes in or comes out of the organization, maintaining the highest levels of privacy and confidentiality. To ensure even more security, chat data is not stored, and Microsoft does not have access to view users’ data. Furthermore, users can rest assured that their data is not used to train AI models.

Bing Chat Enterprise harnesses the vast power of the web’s data to provide complete and verifiable answers, supported by credible citations. It even throws in visual answers with stunning graphs, charts, and images.

During the preview phase, Bing Chat Enterprise will be freely available for Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium users. And once it’s officially rolled out, it’ll be offered as a stand-alone option for a mere $5 per user per month.

Accessible through work accounts on and the Microsoft Edge sidebar, Bing Chat Enterprise will also be integrated with Windows Copilot in the future.

Microsoft 365 Copilot: A new way of working with Generative AI

Microsoft 365 Copilot is another remarkable addition to Microsoft’s lineup, propelling enterprises into a new era of working. Powered by large language models (LLMs), Microsoft 365 Copilot leverages business data within the Microsoft Graph and Microsoft 365 apps. This integration enables enterprises to analyze and reason over their data while allowing them to ask questions and receive answers from the web.

Read: Microsoft launches the Microsoft 365 Copilot, bringing the power of next-generation AI to work

Excitingly, Microsoft has revealed the pricing for Microsoft 365 Copilot, which will be set at $30 per user per month for Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium customers when it becomes widely available.

Visual Search in Chat: Unveiling the power of images for web search

visual search in Bing

Microsoft is not only unleashing the potential of generative AI for workplace productivity but also continually enhancing Bing Chat with innovative features and user experiences. Recently, they unveiled their latest milestone – the introduction of multimodal capabilities through Visual Search in Chat.

Powered by OpenAI’s cutting-edge GPT-4 model, Visual Search in Chat empowers users to delve into the world of images and uncover related content through a seamless web search. By simply uploading an image, users can prompt Bing to provide detailed information about it. The AI-driven system not only grasps the context of the image but also interprets it, enabling users to ask specific questions about the visual content.

Visual Search in Chat is gradually rolling out, currently available on desktop and the Bing mobile app. Moreover, the team is diligently working to integrate this feature into Bing Chat Enterprise, ensuring businesses can harness its image-search capabilities over time.

With these significant announcements, Microsoft is at the forefront of ushering in a new era of AI-powered productivity, ensuring that businesses can access cutting-edge tools to stay competitive in the digital landscape.

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