Edition of The Information with reference to own sources informsthat Microsoft wants to integrate OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology into Office applications. The new features based on ChatGPT are expected to automatically generate text based on natural language queries in Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
“Microsoft is working on implementing a language recognition model developed by OpenAI called GPT to provide more useful search results, such as when Outlook users search for information in their mailboxes,” explains The Information. “According to two people with direct knowledge of the plan, GPT will be able to, for example, determine what emails a user is looking for, even if they don’t know the exact keywords contained in those emails.”
Recall that last week The Information also reported that Microsoft, together with OpenAI, is working on integrating ChatGPT capabilities into the Bing search engine. This is expected to help impose competition on Google.
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot from OpenAI. Its main feature is that it can not only recognize requests in natural language, but also maintain a dialogue with the user. Moreover, ChatGPT can generate meaningful answers to questions based on texts from the Internet. The answers often contain logical reasoning, and when solving problems, the chatbot talks about the steps taken.
Simply put, in the future, chatbots similar to ChatGPT may well replace search engines in the usual sense, as they will be able to provide the user with concise and understandable answers without the need to collect information bit by bit from different sites. But now you should not fully trust the answers of ChatGPT. Information may look plausible, but in reality turn out to be completely wrong.
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