Microsoft Corporation unveiled a revamp of its Bing search engine and Edge web browser powered by OpenAI LLC’s popular ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot AI in an audacious effort to improve their search and answer capabilities.
The news was revealed at a press conference in Seattle and came a day after Google LLC announced its own plans to release its own competing AI tool called Bard in the coming weeks, following Microsoft’s announcement that it would invest billions in OpenAI.
The collaboration between Microsoft and OpenAI has been going on for more than three years, according to Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI. The new integration will incorporate significant improvements from GPT-3.5, whose models are quicker, more powerful, and specially tailored for search.
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