Microsoft started a ChatGPT-like experience on its search engine by integrating OpenAI’s GPT-4 model into Bing. The company has also released a new version of the Edge browser with new artificial intelligence features built into the sidebar.
Microsoft announces refreshed Bing and Edge browser powered by OpenAI
Microsoft invested $10 billion in OpenAI in the past weeks, and it was understood that the two companies would collaborate more with this investment. We even told you that Microsoft will offer a faster version of ChatGPT for the Bing search engine. In this context, the technology giant continued to work to add GPT-4, a faster version of ChatGPT, to the Bing search engine.
Now, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has announced that Microsoft has integrated OpenAI’s GPT-4 model into Bing, providing a ChatGPT-like experience in the search engine. Unlike ChatGPT and other GPT models, AI powered Bing is accessed directly through a regular search interface. Unlike ChatGPT, the new Bing is also reportedly able to receive news about recent events. It is also underlined that Bing answered questions about its launch by quoting stories published by news sites.
In order to use Bing with new features, it is necessary to sign up for the waiting list first .
The company has also released a new version of the Edge browser with new artificial intelligence features built into the sidebar. Microsoft has introduced AI-enhanced “chat” and “create” features for the Edge browser. Chat allows users to summarize the web page or document they’re looking at and ask questions about its content, while the “compose” feature acts as a typing aid. It helps to create text from emails to social media posts based on a few initial prompts.
Alongside Microsoft, Google also recently introduced its ChatGPT-like product, Bard . With the rise of artificial intelligence, technology giants started to take serious steps. We will see together what will happen in this field in the future.