The newest advancements in artificial intelligence have been included into a new edition of Microsoft's Bing search engine.
The update uses OpenAI's ChatGPT technology, which has been sweeping the globe since its release a year ago. The action ushers in an AI arms race between the two businesses and represents by far the largest challenge to Google's dominance in web search. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, remarked, "The race begins today."
A product of Microsoft-backed OpenAI, produces replies to search queries that are human-like. Mr. Nadella stated that he believed it was ready to transform how people interact with other applications and do online searches. Instead of only providing links to websites, Bing will soon react to search requests with more thorough responses. In order to further customise their questions, users can now speak with the bot. On the right side of a search results page, more contextual responses will be added.
The brand-new Bing search engine will go live immediately, but only allow a certain number of searches per user. The release comes a day after Google unveiled information regarding Bard, its own brand-new chatbot. Both businesses are rushing to launch their products.