Bing and Chat GPT

Microsoft Rolls Out Bing with OpenAI’s Chat GPT Functionality, Taking on Google’s AI Efforts

Microsoft has announced major updates to its Bing search engine and Edge browser at a press event on Tuesday. The company aims to bring a more advanced and interactive user experience to its users through the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.

One of the key updates to Bing is the integration of a new chatbot that allows users to chat with the search engine to get more in-depth and personalised answers to their search queries. The chatbot is designed to offer a more conversational and intuitive way of finding the information users are looking for. It can plan trips, answer questions about costs and even provide recommendations based on personal preferences.

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  • Microsoft and OpenAI have integrated GPT-4 into Bing.
  • Bing now has chat GPT functionality built-in, making it more up-to-date and capable of handling more recent queries.
  • The new Bing can translate text into over 100 languages and generate trivia quizzes.
  • Microsoft launched the new Bing the day after Google announced its competitor, Bard, and the day before Google’s AI event.
  • The new Bing has a chat extension that can be used for shopping and trip planning.
  • The new Bing is available now but only has limited chat functionality for now.

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Microsoft has partnered with OpenAI to incorporate its GPT technology into the new Bing chatbot. The GPT technology is the backbone of OpenAI’s popular ChatGPT chatbot and is known for its ability to generate human-like responses to natural language queries. According to OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, the partnership with Microsoft is a testament to the effectiveness and scalability of OpenAI’s AI technology.

In a meeting with investors, Microsoft’s finance chief, Amy Hood, confirmed that the new Bing chatbot is powered by a “next-generation OpenAI model that is more powerful than ChatGPT”. The company has high hopes for its new chatbot and is expecting it to become an essential tool for users looking to find information quickly and easily.

The new Bing chatbot is expected to be rolled out in a preview version on Tuesday and is expected to be available to the general public in the near future. The integration of AI technology is just one of the many ways that Microsoft is looking to stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly-evolving technology industry.

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