Last year, OpenAPI introduced ChatGPT, an AI language model which interacts in a conversational way. ChatGPT became viral among internet users because of its great conversational capabilities. ChatGPT can answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests.
Last month, The Information reported that Microsoft is working to integrate OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology into Bing search engine. Today, Semafor reported that Microsoft Bing will be using OpenAI’s GPT-4. GPT-4 is expected to offer improved and faster results when compared to the GPT-3, which is behind the popular ChatGPT app right now.
According to Semafor, GPT-4 will be much faster than the current version, and the replies will sound more human and are more detailed.
Semafor also mentioned that OpenAI will be releasing a mobile app to offer ChatGPT service. Also, OpenAI is planning to make use of DALL-E to generate videos based on text description.
Microsoft Bing is expected to release GPT-4 powered features in the coming weeks.