Microsoft’s ChatGPT: Revolutionizing Online Search and More
Microsoft-supported OpenAI has created ChatGPT, a deep learning technology that generates human-like responses to search requests. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella believes that this technology has the potential to revolutionize online search and other software interactions.
The new Bing search engine will provide more in-depth answers to search queries and allow users to engage in a chat with the bot for personalized results. Additionally, more context-based answers will be displayed on the right side of the search page. The new Bing search engine is available now, with a limited number of searches per user.
This announcement comes shortly after Google’s release of its own chatbot, Bard. Both companies are in a race to bring their products to the market. Analysts believe that Microsoft’s investment in AI will give the company a significant advantage in competition.
Microsoft has been investing billions in AI and recently extended its collaboration with OpenAI in a multi-billion-dollar investment. ChatGPT will be incorporated into Microsoft Teams messaging software and Edge web browser.
However, ChatGPT has the potential to disrupt multiple professions, including journalism. Although it has been used successfully by students to pass exams and tests, it has also been criticized for providing incorrect answers. It also relies on datasets from 2021 or earlier, making its answers feel outdated.