OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology is set to be incorporated into Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, to improve its search results

Dibbyyan Nath
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ChatGPT has been a prominent figure in the tech industry due to its various developments. Microsoft plans to integrate the latest version of OpenAI’s ChatGPT into Bing, to be known as GPT-4. The main difference between the two is speed, with GPT-4 designed to provide faster and more human-like responses. This integration aims to challenge Google’s dominance in the internet search market.

Additionally, rumors suggest that OpenAI may launch a ChatGPT mobile app and is testing a video-generation feature in its image-generating software, Dall-E. Microsoft recently made a multi-billion-dollar investment in OpenAI, with CEO Satya Nadella considering opening the company’s systems for commercial use. Only time will tell if this integration will bring about significant change.

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