New York (EFE).- Microsoft has announced that from this Tuesday its web search engine Bing will be included in the artificial intelligence chatbot (AI) from OpenAI, ChatGPT, for users subscribed to ChatGPT Plus, its paid version that will be made available to all ChatGPT users “soon”.
“Our fantastic partnership with OpenAI is critical to our progress with the new Bing,” Yusuf Mehdi, head of consumer marketing at Microsoft, said in a statement.
Mehdi emphasizes that ChatGPT will now have Search engine integrated to provide “more timely and up-to-date responses with web access.”
In January of this year, Microsoft announced a “multi-million dollar investment” in the startup OpenAI, and in February the tech giant revealed that it will use OpenAI technology for its AI tools.
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It seeks to benefit ChatGPT users
So far, ChatGPT Plus subscribers – who have access chatbot The most powerful OpenAI, GPT-4, – did not have access to sources of information and this new union will allow users to have access to “citations (in footnotes) to be able to get more information.”
Microsoft’s free AI chatbot, Bing, – powered by OpenAI GPT-4 technology – has been offering the same option since its launch 100 days ago.
For its part, Samsung announced this month that it was keeping its Google search engine, ending rumors that it would switch to Bing.
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