Microsoft wants a Bing powered by AI


According to two people with direct knowledge of the plans, The Information reported on Tuesday that Microsoft Corp. is working on launching a version of its search engine Bing that makes use of the artificial intelligence behind the chatbot ChatGPT, which was launched by OpenAI.

According to a report from a San Francisco-based technology news website, Microsoft hopes to challenge Alphabet-owned search engine Google with the new feature before the end of March.

In a blog post from the previous year, Microsoft stated that it intended to incorporate OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 image generation software into Bing.

Microsoft and OpenAI declined to comment.

OpenAI, a San Francisco-based artificial intelligence company, received $1 billion in funding from Microsoft in 2019. In order to develop supercomputing technologies for artificial intelligence using Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing service, the two had joined forces for a number of years.

On November 30, OpenAI released its most recent creation, the ChatGPT chatbot, for free public testing. The chatbot is a piece of software that can respond to a wide range of questions while imitating human speech patterns and is designed to mimic human conversation based on user prompts.

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