Microsoft will bring powerful AI ChatGPT to Bing. Is Google’s days numbered?
Google’s worst nightmare is happening. ChatGPT will soon be integrated into Bing, Microsoft’s search engine.
Google’s worst nightmare is coming true. ChatGPT will soon be integrated into Bing, Microsoft’s search engine. Just recently the NY Times revealed how Google executives are extremely concerned by the hypothesis that the use of advanced artificial intelligence could question their company’s leadership in the field of search engines.
Moreover, the New York Times explicitly mentioned ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence that has conquered entire pages on almost every newspaper in the world, thanks to its ability to automatically process texts elaborated starting from a simple input (even in Italian).
Bing will soon be enhanced with some features made possible by ChatGPT. The search engine will soon not only provide a list of links, but will be able to provide much more comprehensive and immediate answers, becoming a formidable ally in the everyday life of Microsoft users.
ChatGPT, however, can also be used as a chatbot, providing real-time answers based on user questions and requests. A function that Google is unable to offer today.
Basically, unlike Google, tomorrow Bing may not limit itself to referring users to a plethora of articles and sources (from Wikipedia to newspaper sites), but will be able to provide a short text by responding immediately to requests, solving mathematics and providing comprehensive information on a topic.
Microsoft has already announced that it will rely on artificial intelligence exclusively for some types of searches and that it will continue to use its proprietary technology in most scenarios.