New York (EFE).- Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, is going to incorporate a new version of ChatGPT, the popular artificial intelligence (AI) tool, in the coming weeks, which is also preparing the launch of a mobile application, according to The American media Semafor advanced this Wednesday.
Microsoft announced in January an investment “in the billions” of dollars in the OpenAI company, the creator of this successful predictive chat robot, and now plans to use its technology to challenge Google’s dominance in Internet searches.
Semafor points out that Bing will use from the next few weeks a faster and richer version of ChatGTP called GPT-4 and which, according to anonymous sources cited by this medium, offers more detailed answers that sound more human.
In addition, OpenAI is preparing the implementation of a mobile version of ChatGPT, which would allow its use to be expanded and, with it, to continue improving the tool, which uses the information entered by users to offer increasingly refined responses.
ChatGPT, the rage of artificial intelligence
Since its launch at the end of last year, ChatGPT has become a viral phenomenon that has multiplied the interest of the general public in the possibilities offered by artificial intelligence.
This bot is a chat capable of answering questions, holding conversations, translating or generating text, and many experts see in it a sample of how AI can transform many areas.
At the same time, ChatGPT has generated a strong debate about its possible use in areas such as education, after the robot was shown to be capable of writing papers that pass as being prepared by a student or answering exam questions satisfactorily.
In response, OpenAI launched on Tuesday a tool that can determine – still with a certain margin of imprecision – if a text has been written by a human or generated by an artificial intelligence tool.