Microsoft promises Bing chat will remain free, and will support copy and paste to upload pictures
Microsoft's recent announcement of Bing AI Enterprise Edition, a paid product, has raised questions among some users about the future of Bing, with some suggesting that Microsoft may charge for using bing.com's AI chat feature. Fortunately, Microsoft has confirmed that bing.com's AI will remain in its current free state, and the recent announcement about the Enterprise Edition of Bing Chat will not affect the current AI experience .
"Bing AI will remain free on bing.com, the Microsoft Edge sidebar, Windows Copilot, and elsewhere," a Microsoft engineer said, according to Windowslatest.
On the other hand, Bing chat currently has three ways to insert pictures in the chat, copying the URL address of the picture, selecting and uploading pictures from the local, and uploading pictures. The current Bing Chat cannot copy and paste pictures directly in the chat window like Google Bard.
However, Mikhail Parakhin, CEO of Microsoft Advertising and Network Services, also confirmed the problem when interacting with netizens and said that it is currently being fixed.