Microsoft implemented artificial intelligence in Bing and Edge
Microsoft brings AI-powered tools to Bing and Edge
MOSCOW, Feb 8 – PRIME. Microsoft has implemented artificial intelligence technologies in its Bing search engine and Edge Internet browser to create analogues of ChatGPT products, the corporation’s press service said.
“Today, we’re launching the all-new AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge browser, which are already in preview on Bing.com to provide improved search, more complete responses, a new chat experience, and the ability to create content,” the release said.
CNBC reported, citing sources, that the company intends to release software to create chatbots in large corporations, as well as announce technology for companies, schools and governments to create their own bots using ChatGPT or improve existing ones with new technology that can offer responses to call center agents during conversations with customers, provide the ability to upload personal data, improve the voice of their chatbots, and replace Microsoft and OpenAI branding.
Microsoft was founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. The headquarters is located in Redmond, Washington. The company specializes in software development, in particular, Microsoft develops the Windows operating system.