Microsoft adds voice mode to Bing AI on the web

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Microsoft is continuously expanding the functions of its Bing AI chatbot.

Desktop users can now use the voice mode feature that was previously only accessible on the mobile version of Edge.

By clicking the microphone icon in the Bing Chat box, users can vocalize their questions or inquiries, and will be provided with both a voice and written reply from Bing Chat.

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The feature is currently available in English, Japanese, French, German, and Mandarin, “with more languages on the way,” according to Microsoft.

You can try it out by visiting on the web with an Edge browser and clicking on the mic icon in the chatbox.



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