Microsoft is preparing to roll out a version of ChatGPT, OpenAI’s machine-learned text generation language model, as part of its Bing search engine for Internet browsers.
As I mentioned the information (Opens in a new tab)the plans were revealed by two Microsoft insiders, which has already implemented the GPT language model in the following aspects of Bing its $1 billion investment in OpenAI In 2019, including the autocomplete function, which is used to predict what users might search for based on a partially completed search query.
This news comes less than a month after reports of Google’s presence “code red” Excessive pressure from employees to implement artificial intelligence in its search engine, as Google’s head of artificial intelligence, Jeff Dean, claimed that artificial intelligence could reduce users’ trust in Google if it provided incorrect information to users.
Bing search and GPT
While there are ways to make information generated by AI more likely to be accurate, such as citing sources, Microsoft remains cautious, and reportedly isn’t quite ready to replace Bing’s current model of suggesting web links relevant to queries just yet.
“Bing will still rely on its proprietary technology to produce most search results,” said an insider, pointing out that GPT is not designed to constantly scrape data from the Internet. ChatGPT itself warns users that it has “limited knowledge of [the] The world and events after 2021”, referring to the fact that the GPT language model cannot train itself on the fly.
“GPT can also help Bing do a better job of suggesting other keywords that users can type to see answers to related searches,” said the insider, or suggest other related queries to users while explaining their relevance.
While nothing is set in stone, the information This person reported saying that ChatGPT stuff could be entered in Bing search as soon as March, with Microsoft possibly billing it as “one of the only ways to access parts of GPT.”
The move comes as OpenAI looks to monetize ChatGPT in the future as an additional way to raise capital alongside Profitable corporate investments (Opens in a new tab) Like Microsoft.