The Information reported on Tuesday, citing two people with direct knowledge of the preparations that Microsoft Corp. (MSFT.O) is preparing to launch a version of its search engine Bing utilizing the artificial intelligence underlying OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT.
According to a report from the San Francisco-based technology news website Microsoft may release the new feature by the end of March in an effort to compete with Alphabet-owned Google’s (GOOGL.O) search engine.
In a blog post from last year, Microsoft announced its intention to incorporate the OpenAI DALL-E 2 image-generation tool into Bing.
Both Microsoft and OpenAI declined to comment.
With a $1 billion investment, Microsoft supported the San Francisco-based artificial intelligence startup OpenAI in 2019. The two had reached a multi-year agreement to create supercomputing capabilities for artificial intelligence on Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing service.
On Nov. 30, OpenAI made the ChatGPT chatbot its most recent development freely testable by the general public. A software program called a chatbot can react to a wide range of inquiries while mimicking human speaking styles. It is created to replicate human-like communication in response to user instructions.
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