Previously, some unexpected things happened with Bing Chat, such as insulting, lying, or even threatening users, which scared Microsoft into taking Bing Chat’s sentiment model offline, and then limiting single chats to 5 questions, with a maximum of 50 questions per day.
The Bing team found that when talking to Bing Chat for long periods of time, the model could become confused and some aggressive responses could occur, for example, Bing Chat could go off the rails after more than 15 chats.
In a new blog post today, the Bing team mentions that they are working on restoring longer chat times and that further testing is needed to increase chat times, so they are changing the Bing Chat single and daily chat quotas from 5 and 50 to 6 and 60.
Statistics show that this quota is sufficient for most users, and the Bing team is continuing to work on increasing the daily chat quota to 100.
The Bing team also seems to be differentiating whether a user’s question is a normal search or something else, and if it’s a normal search it won’t count against the daily quota, but it’s unclear what a normal search is, as there may not be much difference between a user looking for information in Bing Search and sending a query directly to Bing Chat.
Another concern is that previous leaks indicate that Microsoft is also preparing different conversation modes, such as creation, games, etc. The tone of Bing Chat is different for different modes and should provide users with better answers in specific areas.
There are still many users who did not receive Bing Chat invitations. From the feedback of netizens, setting Microsoft Edge as the default browser, setting Bing as the default search engine, and most importantly, installing Bing mobile version can indeed be a plus, which will allow you to receive invitations faster.