In recent years, Microsoft and OpenAI have formed a deep relationship. Through their partnership, Microsoft has invested $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019, and the two have partnered up to build a new Azure AI supercomputing technology. This technology has now come to a point where Microsoft and OpenAI are ready to challenge Google’s search engine dominance.
The tech giants have decided to create a chatbot, labeled ChatGPT, which will use OpenAI’s natural language processing technology and challenge Google’s search. The chatbot will be able to answer questions with the same accuracy as a human, making it a true competitor to Google’s search engine capabilities.
This technology will have a different approach to search than Google does. Instead of a web-based search engine that relies on keywords, ChatGPT is designed to answer complex questions through a conversational interface. While it’s unclear if this technology will surpass Google’s search, it is sure to provide an intriguing and impressive alternative for users.
The partnership of OpenAI and Microsoft is an impressive example of how two tech giants can work together in a mutually beneficial way. Microsoft has massive resources, while OpenAI provides the advanced artificial intelligence technology. Combining the two will lead to exciting developments in the tech world, and it should keep an eye on the progress the two make with ChatGPT.