Microsoft and Open AI Aim to Develop a Version of Bing Powered by Chatgpt AI to Become Better Than Google
- Jan 04, 2023
Microsoft and OpenAI are teaming up to create an AI-based version of the Bing search engine that could challenge Google’s dominance in the search engine market. The new version of Bing will leverage the AI behind ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by OpenAI and funded by Microsoft. This powerful AI chatbot has the potential to revolutionize search engines, posing a challenge to Google's current industry dominance. Microsoft has provided over $1 billion in funding to OpenAI and intends to use the technology to compete with Google's search engine. This could be a game-changer in the search engine industry, and OpenAI is expected to make ChatGPT available for free public testing by the end of March.
ChatGPT is a software program that was created by OpenAI and funded by Microsoft. It is designed to simulate human conversation through responses to a wide range of questions from users. Technology is so advanced that it can even fool humans, even when it is wrong. To further enhance its search capabilities, Microsoft has also integrated an older version of GPT into Bing Image Creator. This allows users to generate AI artwork through descriptive text prompts.
Microsoft plans to integrate Dall-E 2 into Bing Image Creator, which will enable users to generate AI artwork with descriptive text prompts. In addition, the AI-backed answers could take the form of a full sentence that includes the source of the information, or a list of links.
The chatbot is powered by Microsoft’s Bing search engine, which provides it with access to a wealth of data and information. This allows the chatbot to understand the context of the conversation and provide appropriate answers. The chatbot also uses OpenAI’s GPT-3 language model, which is a powerful AI system that can generate natural language from a given set of inputs.
The chatbot has been designed to be used by businesses to provide customer support and other services. Companies can use the chatbot to provide automated responses to customer queries, as well as to provide more personalized customer service. The chatbot can also be used to provide product advice and recommendations.
Google is said to be in "code red" mode due to the threat posed by the new technology, and it remains to be seen how Microsoft will focus on ensuring answer accuracy. OpenAI is charging for ChatGPT, but Microsoft is essentially footing the startup's cloud bill.
Microsoft and OpenAI’s collaboration has the potential to revolutionize the search engine market and compete with Google’s dominance. The new version of Bing is expected to launch before the end of March, and OpenAI intends to charge for ChatGPT in the future. It remains to be seen how Bing will focus on ensuring answer accuracy while utilizing the new AI technology.