ChatGPT arrived several months ago to be able to bring the use of artificial intelligence for the less professional public closer to a consumer niche use. But ChatGPT had (and still has) the error that it is not connected to the internet giving answers that are not updated and that may be wrong. But this will end up changing after Microsoft Build 2023.
After Microsoft announced the arrival of Windows 11 Copilot at its developer event, It has also been announced that OpenAI will begin to integrate the possibility of having an updated response in ChatGPT with Bing. And this is clearly very good news also to be able to compete with Google Bard, which took this feature as one of its advantages. And although previously this possibility was already present in tests, now it will be much more reliable with a search engine that supports it.
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ChatGPT will have updated answers
In this way, OpenAI is going to start implementing Bing as the ChatGPT search engine. This feature will be implemented at first for ChatGPT Plus users, but will soon be enabled for the entire user base through a plugin.
It was Microsoft’s own head of consumer marketing who made this announcement, stating that “ChatGPT will now have a world-class search engine integrated to provide faster and more up-to-date answers with access from the web.”
In this way ChatGPT It will include search and web results including citations or bibliographical references. In addition, this means that the partnership between Microsoft and OpenAI is moving forward well after the million-dollar deal they reached in the past.
Microsoft 365 Copilot is coming to Microsoft Edge
Another important announcement is related to Microsoft 365 being integrated into Microsoft Edge, and in this way artificial intelligence can be used on any website that is being visited. This will be because a button will be included in the right sidebar to have direct access to artificial intelligence.
You will have a mission to be able to complete different tasks in Office documents, Outlook emails and other websites. The example he sets is power suggest that you use the information that is currently being viewed to be able to respond to an email, or summarize the corporate website that is being visited.
The new version that will arrive from Bing will have this sidebar to be able to interact with the AI at all times in a dialog box. The operation is very similar to Copilot in the Microsoft office suite that helps you write texts or make a presentation.
This functionality is currently in private preview, and It is not known when it will be shared with all users in the final version.. What is clear is that it will try to compete directly with Bard in order to have a very different way of using a browser.
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