Microsoft reportedly plans to update Bing with a faster version of ChatGPT as early as next week

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It’s no secret that Microsoft has been gunning for Google in the search engine market for years now. The software giant has even gone so far as to rebrand its search engine Bing in an attempt to better compete with the search giant.

Now, it looks like Microsoft is taking its fight to the artificial intelligence front.

According to a report from The Indian Express, Microsoft is planning to update Bing with a faster version of ChatGPT as early as next week. For those unfamiliar, ChatGPT is a open-source chatbot platform that was developed by Google.

The update is said to be part of Microsoft’s plans to make Bing more competitive in the search market. And while it’s not clear how exactly the update will make Bing more competitive, it’s likely that the faster version of ChatGPT will be able to better handle complex queries.

This is not the first time that Microsoft has taken aim at Google on the artificial intelligence front. Earlier, the software giant released a chatbot called Zo that was designed to take on Google’s Allo chatbot.

Of course, Google is not going to take this lying down. The search giant is reportedly planning to hold an event next week to discuss its own plans for artificial intelligence.

While it’s not clear what exactly Google will announce at the event, it’s likely that the company will unveil its own chatbot platform. And given Google’s history of innovation in the artificial intelligence space, it’s likely that the company’s chatbot platform will be a serious competitor to Microsoft’s Bing.

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