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Microsoft could bring ChatGPT into ‘Bing’ with advanced features

Microsoft has made the best move for its search engine Bing between the popularity of ChatGPT. A leak spotted on Bing Search by several people confirmed that the company has a new version of it.

The Windows giant could revolutionize the way people search the web integration of OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology in his Bing search engine, and it will be more advance than any other AI chatbot available.

ChatGPT would soon be integrated with Microsoft’s Bing

ChatGPT would soon be integrated with Microsoft's Bing
Image: Owen Yin

As we all know, artificial intelligence (AI) tools are currently at their peak, mainly AI chatbots, and multiple companies are developing them as it has attracted millions of users.

But Microsoft is enjoying the return on investment by integrating ChatGPT into its unpopular search engine Bing, as it previously funded ChatGPT’s developer business Open AI.

Called a Twitter user Owen Yin was the first to share details about it Bing’s new interfaceand he also shared a screenshot which you can see above, but then Yin has issued a full report on this.

As you can see in the screenshot above, Microsoft Bing’s main interface will suggest you “Ask Me Anything” up to 1000 words instead of a search bar, and below there is also an example of how you can interact with the chatbot.

As I said above, this will be more advanced than ChatGPT because Microsoft will use it GPT-4 from OpenAI language model for the new version of Bing, and its data not limited to 2021like ChatGPT.

ChatGPT in Bing

Unlike ChatGPT, it doesn’t just answer your asked questions, but tries to answer them in one conversational waythe example of which you can see in the screenshot above.

It will too reveal his sources among the chats, which will be better for the user who interacts with it. Currently there is no information on when Microsoft will release it to everyone.

Separately, so is Google it is rumored to be working on launching its own AI chatbot like ChatGPT, which is powered by Google’s popular language model, LaMDA.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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