Microsoft is anticipated to release further ChatGPT integration
At an event at its Redmond headquarters, the tech giant will discuss how it’s incorporating the AI chatbot into products like the Bing search engine.
Microsoft will likely unveil its most recent developments utilizing the ChatGPT chatbot during an event on Tuesday at its Redmond, Washington, headquarters.
The most eagerly awaited information is how Microsoft may use ChatGPT to improve the Bing search engine.
Users of Bing discovered this week that the standard search bar had been replaced with a box with the request, “Ask me anything.”
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The upgraded version of Bing, which was only available momentarily, apparently provided conventional search results plus a tab to launch a discussion in natural language.
Given the rapidly growing popularity of the AI-powered chatbot and its potential to revolutionize internet-based searches, Microsoft is likely to provide additional information about this and other ChatGPT use cases. Only this past week, Google unveiled Bard, an experimental AI chat service meant to rival ChatGPT.
Microsoft announced a sizable investment in OpenAI, the organization in charge of ChatGPT, last month. Additionally, OpenAI received a $1 billion investment in 2019. That agreement required OpenAI to develop its AI models on Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft also made its Azure OpenAI Service generally available last month, enabling more companies to use OpenAI’s trained and hosted large language models (LLMs), such as GPT-3.5, the LLM powering ChatGPT. GPT-3 is being used by Microsoft’s Power BI to create formulas and expressions in the meanwhile.
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