Bing AI finally knocks on Chrome's door

Emre Çitak
Aug 29, 2023

Microsoft's continuous efforts in enhancing user experience have led to a significant development in their search engine, Bing AI.

In response to the growing needs of users, Microsoft has officially introduced Google Chrome support to their Bing AI platform, aiming to provide a seamless and integrated search experience.

Microsoft unveiled a new AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge browser, accessible as a preview at This marks a significant step in Microsoft's commitment to revolutionize search by incorporating cutting-edge AI technologies to assist users in finding information effectively.

Bing AI added to Chrome
Bing AI has finally added to Chrome

Bing AI makes peace with Chrome

Acknowledging the popularity of Google Chrome, Microsoft has taken a customer-centric approach by adding Google Chrome support to Bing AI. This integration recognizes users' preferences and offers a more versatile experience, allowing users to harness Bing AI's capabilities without switching browsers.

AI-powered search capabilities with Google Chrome's accessibility amplifies the search experience. Users can now enjoy Bing AI's advanced features, such as semantic search and contextual understanding, seamlessly within their preferred browser environment.

ChatGPT extensions to be dethroned

The tech world is witnessing a fascinating showdown between Microsoft's Bing AI and various ChatGPT extensions for Google Chrome. While Bing AI brings innovation, it's worth noting the challenges it faces. The future holds the answer to whether Bing AI can bridge the gap with these extensions.

Bing AI added to Chrome
Bing AI needs to dethrone Chrome extensions to be successful in this move

Despite Microsoft's efforts, Bing AI has encountered issues like inaccuracies and odd responses. Overcoming these challenges is crucial for establishing Bing AI as a reliable and effective tool for users.

The rivalry between Bing AI and ChatGPT extensions such as WebChatGPT for Chrome is an exciting narrative in tech. While Bing AI faces obstacles, its potential remains promising. Only time will reveal whether Bing AI can rise to the challenge and compete effectively in the AI chatbot arena.

Featured image credit: Bing.


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  1. I. C. All said on August 30, 2023 at 4:59 pm

    I like Bing AI a lot but what I don’t like ABOUT it is the requirement to be logged in to Edge with a Microsoft account, which then wants to sync browser data and settings between devices, which I don’t want and wish I had a choice about all that. I have managed to stump or confuse Bing AI several times, which is rather comforting, but overall, I like the way it works and the conversational tone with which it presents information.
    But because of the login requirement, I’m giving Opera browser and its AI (called Aria) a test run. The jury is still out but so far it looks promising.

  2. John said on August 29, 2023 at 12:58 pm

    I am sure Google will find a way to nag Chrome users to go back to Google search instead of Bing AI. I have been using DuckDuckGo for some time now and find it acceptable. Not sure I want to go back to Bing or Google search.

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