Microsoft has made a groundbreaking move by incorporating ChatGPT technology into its Bing search engine. I wrote about ChatGPT a month or so ago, and this advanced artificial intelligence (AI) tool is reshaping the way we access information; it’s transforming the search landscape. ChatGPT’s developer, OpenAI, announced that it will start using Microsoft Bing as the default search experience for ChatGPT. Experts say the move could bring Bing to the top of the search game.
Something to keep in mind: AI content writers are not there yet
AI content may be grammatically correct, but the content produced by these tools is stiff and generic. It lacks the examples, case studies and personal experience that keeps audiences reading to the end. You can’t really rely on AI writers alone to produce and publish your content for you. We still need human intervention to create a good content.
There’s a reason why everyone talking about the chatbot ChatGPT—it’s amazing! ChatGPT is a chatbot that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to generate realistic-sounding conversations and content.
ChatGPT is fast–like really fast. When I started using this, I found myself laughing out loud. If you’re using ChatGPT, you’ll be having real-life conversations. This bot can answer questions, draft your emails and apparently write code, though I can’t verify that one.