By ET Bureau - May 24, 2023 1 Mins Read
On Tuesday, Microsoft Corp, an American technology corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington, released users various AI upgrades of ChatGPT, Bing, and cloud services. This expansive launch helps to bridge the gap with Alphabet Inc.’s Google. One of the significant updates is the rollout of live search results from Bing to ChatGPT, the chatbot from its business ally OpenAI whose responses originally were restricted to data as of 2021.
With the latest updates, ChatGPT can extract from Bing web results for paid users and will be released for free users, the company announced at its annual Microsoft Build conference. The organization is extending the plug-ins for Bing, utilizing a standard adopted by OpenAI and allowing businesses to transact more efficiently with visitors in its search engine.
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