Microsoft continues to take steps in its plan to integrate artificial intelligence models into its browser. Last October we knew Image Creator from Microsoft Bing, its DALL-E 2 integration inside the browser. The investment of 1,000 million dollars in OpenAI comes from the hand of this type of integrations, and the next one will be ChatGPT.
An amazingly intelligent search
Microsoft is preparing to integrate ChatGPT within Bing searches. The company hopes that a first version can be released before March, thus getting ahead of Google’s possible plans with Chrome. It will be from siguiente a big step through the integration of DALL-E 2 inside Bing.
The operation of ChatGPT inside Bing will be similar to what we could expect from this type of artificial intelligence in a search engine. Your job will be to give answers supported by the AI, with sources known to ChatGPT such as lists of links, suggestions of keywords related to the search and more. Microsoft wants the answer to follow from the Bing engine and that the IA is a support, since ChatGPT is not thought to offer information tracked in real time from web pages.
The integration of ChatGPT in Bing will oblige you to refine the veracity of your answers, since Microsoft also resolves from the network of the speed of response. A search engine does not require navigation for its entire set of data for each query performed (there are indexing algorithms for this), while AI models work by analyzing the data in which they have been trained.
It is hoped that ChatGPT will generate 1,000 million dollars in 2024, and that each time we will see more implementations of this IA inside practically everything. You can reply to tweets, Canva has integrated it into its editing tool for IA, it is capable of programming and its next big leap will be the integration into search engines.
Imagen | Dall-E 2