Microsoft is providing a free trial of the GPT-4 Turbo neural network, which is usually only available with a paid ChatGPT Plus subscription. The company is testing GPT-4 Turbo integration and plugin support in its Bing Chat chatbot, also known as Microsoft Copilot.
Citing sources at Microsoft, the Windows Latest portal reports that the company is introducing the latest ChatGPT model into its Bing Chat. True, GPT-4 Turbo in this case is not used constantly, but depending on a particular request, as well as plugin settings. When using standard settings, Bing Chat can switch between its current AI model and GPT-4 Turbo. The ability to test GPT-4 Turbo within Bing Chat is entirely down to luck for now, as the feature is only available to those selected to test it. However, Microsoft has confirmed that it plans to expand the rollout in the coming weeks.
To make sure you have free access to GPT-4 Turbo on mobile devices, you can upload an abstract image to the Bing Chat chatbot and ask it to describe the emotion of the image. Unlike previous GPT models, the new GPT-4 Turbo model in Bing Chat recognizes emotions and speaks about them freely. Bing Chat’s ability to respond to queries about events between January and April 2023 also confirms that the GPT-4 Turbo model is being used.