If Google has had no equal on the web for the past 20 years, all roads now lead to Roam ChatGPT. Although we have some complaints about this text-enabled chatbot, it’s what’s changing the world right now. Many similar products are on the market, but OpenAI’s chatbot was the first to interact with people like humans. ChatGPT seems to know everything about everything. So you can talk to it about anything. And it will become your best assistant in many tasks, even writing code. So it’s logical that Microsoft believes in this chatbot and integrates it into everything it can. Bing was the first to receive official support.
Microsoft Bing Is The First To Get GPT-4 Support
In January this year, two parties, Microsoft and OpenAI, announced a new partnership. According to the latter, Bing search got AI-powered search capabilities. Now, it turns out that Microsoft’s search engine has not only been powered by the GPT-3.5 model but has also managed to get support from the more robust successor, GPT-4. This is now the talk of the town. And as the version number suggests, it comes with major improvements. So the Bing experience should be improved too.
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As mentioned above, OpenAI and its latest product are not the pioneers in this field. Bing powered by ChatGPT (GPT-4), and Google’s Bard do the same thing that AOL’s early America Online service once did. The biggest difference between this AI and traditional search engines is that it doesn’t redirect users to other websites. Instead, it answers questions within the same chat window.
It should also be noted that the new GPT-4 can not only read and respond with text but also generate text on input images. OpenAI claims that the new system has achieved record performance compared to its predecessor in terms of “factuality, controllability, and refusal to go outside the guardrails.”