Microsoft has recently made an announcement that the company is sooner going to integrate OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology into its search engine Bing. The new ChatGPT-powered Bing platform has now attained the confirmation to run on OpenAI’s latest multimodal large language model, GPT-4 which is Generative Pre-trained Transformer 4. GPT-4 is the fourth model which is created by OpenAI in the GPT series.
OpenAI’s generative text chatbot helps in the generation of comprehensive and conversational answers to user queries. On an initial basis, the tool ran on a Natural Language Processing (NLP)-based autoregressive language model called GPT-3. GPT-3 is a neural network that is trained by using internet data of around 175 billion parameters to generate any type of text. OpenAI has upgraded its technology to GPT-4, which is a hybrid training system trained with around 100 trillion parameters. GPT-4 makes it more efficient and accurate.
The latest GPT-4 model claims that the platform is more creative and collaborative than ever before. Microsoft’s search engine Bing will now be powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 model. This grants permission to users to make more efficient searches.
The new AI-powered Bing makes the utilization of ChatGPT’s latest technology. However, GPT-4 is inclusive of several modifications to the model to make it suitable for search and public utilization.
Users who are willing to make the usage of new GPT-4 experience on Bing can do so by signing its preview. According to Bing, the new Bing AI have the utilization of ChatGPT version 3.5, but this variant is more capable, accurate, and capable than the version of ChatGPT that can also be used in OpenAI.
Its free-for-all public prototype. OpenAI revealed information about its latest product, GPT-4 which is currently being deployed by its ChatGPT chatbot. The latest multimodal large language model not only uses much vaster data parameters of 100 trillion compared to GPT-3’s 175 billion, but also brings in improved inputting methods, algorithms, parameterization, and alignment.
OpenAI is a bid to overtake Alphabet’s Google as the most preferred search engine in the world. Last month, Google also made the big announcement of its own AI-powered chatbot called Bard to rival ChatGPT. There are several other players in the industry who are rushing to develop their own tools as the AI race heats up.