Microsoft Launches new Edge, Bing Browser Supported by Updated ChatGPT


The attempt to dominate the AI market is gaining traction. Microsoft introduced a brand-new version of its search engine Bing and Edge browser on Tuesday, following Google’s announcement of its rival ChatGPT called Bard. According to Microsoft’s blog post, the new Bing is based on a new, next-generation OpenAI large language model that is more powerful than ChatGPT and customised specifically for search.

Microsoft claims that its AI-backed technology will rethink information search and that Bing and Edge will offer new ways to use the internet together. The surprise Microsoft event got off to a great start when CEO Satya Nadella talked about how AI has made this a very exciting time.

According to Satya Nadella, it was more important to scale it with real understanding. Any new technology’s unintended consequences must be clearly understood. According to Satya Nadella, alignment with human preferences and societal norms is the focus of artificial intelligence. In a laboratory, you won’t do that.

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The introduction of the enhanced Bing search engine and Edge browser was the event’s biggest draw at Microsoft’s Redmond Campus in Washington. The search engine, which is just called the new Bing, has a lot of interesting features.

Microsoft claims that Bing will give direct answers to questions and encourage users to be more creative. The new next-generation OpenAI language model that has been tailored specifically for search will power the upgraded search engine. This time, the company has added a new system called the Prometheus Model to make the information more relevant and provide the most recent responses.