OpenAI and Microsoft power the Bing search engine

Bing, the search engine of the company founded by Bill Gates, benefits from the latest version of the GPT-4 language model

Microsoft has confirmed that the latest generation of OpenAI’s language model is now powering their new AI-based search engine, Bing. The company has customized GPT-4 specifically for Bing, with users in the preview over the last five weeks experiencing the improvements over the previous version, GPT-3.5, which powered their chatbot.

Microsoft has stated that as OpenAI updates GPT-4 and future versions, Bing will benefit from those improvements. The company has also incorporated their own updates based on community feedback.

OpenAI has announced that GPT-4 is particularly notable for its creativity and collaboration capabilities. In addition to generating original content, it can also edit and repeat tasks with users, such as composing songs or scripts while learning their style.

Previous models focused on generating text-based content, but GPT-4 can now write a subtitle, perform an analysis or classification based on an image, and handle longer text of over 25,000 words.

Moreover, the reasoning ability of ChatGPT, the chatbot based on GPT-3.5, has also been enhanced by GPT-4, thanks to the use of more human feedback during its training, including that provided by ChatGPT itself. Additionally, GPT-4’s responses are more accurate, as it has worked with experts, applied real-world use cases, and used its advanced reasoning and instruction-following capabilities to refine its training.

K. Tovar

Source: dpa

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