Microsoft working on ChatGPT to compete better with Google
Apparently, Microsoft has plans to make its Bing search engine more competitive with Google. According to a recent Reuters article, the company is actively partnering with OpenAI, an AI (artificial intelligence) research firm, to integrate ChatGPT technology into Bing and provide users with answers to complex queries in plain English. ChatGPT, which was released to the public for testing at the end of last year, has piqued the interest of many since it can provide responses that are nearly human-level OpenAI, an AI (artificial intelligence) research firm, to integrate ChatGPT technology into Bing and provide users with answers to complex queries in plain English. ChatGPT, which was released to the public for testing at the end of last year, has piqued the interest of many since it can provide responses that are nearly human-level. The chatbot is so advanced that it can even inspect source code and perform calculations.
According to the most recent research, Microsoft is planning to deploy a new and improved Bing to take on Alphabet’s Google before the month’s end. No one knows the exact technique yet. Microsoft is also a big fan of OpenAI, and the AI research organization was offered a $1 billion investment from Microsoft in 2019. The two companies have entered into a multi-year partnership to advance artificial intelligence supercomputing capabilities on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. In addition, Microsoft integrated OpenAI’s Dall-E technology into Bing late last year so that users could create photos with only simple text inputs. In other words, Dall-E may make a cartoon depicting a “cat on the moon wearing a red hat” without using any stolen material. Dall-E from OpenAI is also AI-driven, like ChatGPT.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, now in India, put ChatGPT to the test at Tuesday’s Microsoft Future Ready Leadership Summit in Mumbai. Moneycontrol reports that during Nadella’s live presentation of ChatGPT, his first inquiry was about “the future of Mumbai.” Actually, he used ChatGPT to inquire about the quality of Mumbai’s street cuisine. As soon as Microsoft Bing and ChatGPT are connected, users will have instantaneous access to precise English-language solutions to their questions. ChatGPT’s current issues must be fixed before OpenAI can move forward. ChatGPT, for instance, is limited in its knowledge of global events that occurred before 2021. It not only often gives the wrong answers, but it regularly does so as well.
Microsoft Bing is able to offer advice based on information gleaned from Wikipedia and other similar resources. However, Google remains superior to its competitors when it comes to answering customer requests based on the newly published information. Unfortunately, the Alphabet-owned search engine has a history of deceiving users and delivering ambiguous results. According to a report from last month, “code red” means that Google’s upper management has ordered the company’s researchers to create an AI-based system similar to ChatGPT. The leadership at Google is also working to make the search engine smarter and easier to use.