Microsoft reportedly orders AI chatbot rivals to stop using Bing’s search data
As the competition among tech giants to control the future of AI continues to heat up, Microsoft has reportedly taken a hardline stance with its rivals.
According to Bloomberg, the software giant has ordered chatbot providers to stop using Bing’s search data, threatening to cut off access to the tool if they don’t comply.
This move is seen as a direct shot at Microsoft’s competitors, who have been using Bing’s data to train their own AI chatbots.
By restricting access to this data, Microsoft is effectively forcing its rivals to start from scratch, putting them at a significant disadvantage.
This is just the latest salvo in the AI wars, and it’s sure to ratchet up the tension even further.