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Microsoft has just announced a major upgrade for its popular Bing and Edge browsers: the addition of ChatGPT AI. This new conversational AI technology gives users the ability to interact with Bing in a more natural way, asking questions and receiving answers in natural language. With this upgrade, Microsoft is revolutionizing the way we browse the web, giving us a more personalized and efficient experience. Bing and Edge are now better than ever, thanks to the power of ChatGPT AI.
Introducing the new Bing and Edge
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A new version of Microsoft’s Bing search engine has been updated to reflect the most recent developments in artificial intelligence. The update makes use of OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology, which has been a global phenomenon since its release a year ago. The move launches an AI arms race between the two companies and poses the gravest threat to Google’s hegemony in web search. The race, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, began today.
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San Francisco-based OpenAI developed ChatGPT, which generates responses to search queries that mimic those of a human. The most recent version of Bing provides answers to search queries that are more comprehensive than just links to webpages. In order to further customise their questions, users can now speak with the bot. More contextual responses will be added to the right side of a search results page. The brand-new Bing search engine will launch right now, but it will only permit a specific number of searches per user.
The announcement follows Google’s day earlier disclosure of information on Bard, its own brand-new chatbot. Both companies are scrambling to get their products to market. Microsoft’s investment, according to analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities, will significantly improve the company’s capacity to compete, he wrote in a note to investors following the news.“This is just the first step on the AI front … as [the] AI arms race takes place among Big Tech,” he said.
The pace of advances has greatly quickened after OpenAI released the ChatGPT technology on November 30. Microsoft announced last month that it would be extending its association with OpenAI through a multiyear, multibillion dollar investment.
Microsoft was an early sponsor of the firm.Bing will employ OpenAI technology, according to Microsoft, which is even more sophisticated than the ChatGPT technology announced last year. Additionally, Microsoft Teams, its messaging platform, has revealed a new premium tier with ChatGPT, which includes a function that automatically creates meeting notes and highlights.
With the new Bing and Edge browser powered by upgraded ChatGPT AI, Microsoft looks set to take the web by storm in this AI arms race.
How ChatGPT AI works
To produce responses to search requests that are human-like, ChatGPT employs deep learning algorithms. Users can communicate with the bot via chat to customise their queries, which adds more contextual results to the right side of a search page.
The new Bing search engine is live and limited searches can be performed by each person. Additionally, Microsoft has unveiled a new premium version of its messaging app, Microsoft Teams, which includes ChatGPT and a function that automatically creates meeting notes and highlights.
According to analysts, ChatGPT, a tool that students have used to pass exams and tests, has the potential to severely disrupt a number of industries, including the media. It has drawn criticism, meanwhile, for confidently and wrongly answering questions. Additionally, it uses datasets that are typically scraped from 2021 or before, which means that many of its conclusions may feel antiquated.
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This article was originally published on medium at https://medium.com/inkwater-atlas/bing-and-edge-get-an-upgrade-with-chatgpt-ai-ef9bcb9a051f