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ChatGPT: Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon in the Battle against Google

  • Posted on January 8, 2023
  • News
  • By Akta Yadav
Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon:-
ChatGPT is a language model developed by a not-for-profit organisation: OpenAI. It is designed to engage in conversation with users naturally and intuitively. It uses a combination of natural language understanding, context-aware response generation, and natural language generation to respond to questions, carry out tasks, and provide helpful guidance.

Microsoft & Chat GPT

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, like most Indians, enjoys biryani. The business leader recently requested ChatGPT, the renowned AI-enabled software and chatted with it to name the most popular South Indian tiffin delicacies while presenting at the Future Ready Technology Summit in Bengaluru.  Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon-Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon-Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon The menu, which comprised idli, dosa, and vada, also listed biryani. This irritated Nadella, who informed ChatGPT that, as a Hyderabadi, the software could not insult his intelligence by referring to biryani as a South Indian tiffin. The program apologised and stated, "I am sorry." Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella later asked the AI to rank Mumbai's street food during the summit. There were over ten responses, with Vada Pav topping the list. The AI-powered chatbot also listed Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri, Dahi Puri, Chaat, Pani Puri, and Sandwiches.  After reviewing the ChatGPT list, Nadella asked the chatbot about the best places to find Vada Pav.

Should Google be Worried?

To make Bing more competitive with Google, Microsoft is reportedly planning to launch a version of the search engine that uses OpenAI's ChatGPT technology.  According to the New York Times, this New Chat Bot Is a 'Code Red' for Google's Search. This could help Bing rival Google's Knowledge Graph, a knowledge base that Google uses to provide instant answers that are regularly updated through web crawling and user feedback. Microsoft could also offer other AI-based functionality with this new feature. However, ChatGPT has been known to have biases and present incorrect information as fact, and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has cautioned against relying on it for essential tasks. Microsoft will likely begin with limited integration and beta tests before making the feature available to all Bing users. Google has stated that it will not immediately launch a rival to ChatGPT due to concerns about bias and factuality issues with existing AI chatbots. However, it has been using large AI language models to improve its search engine for years. Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon-Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon-Microsoft's Newest AI Weapon

Chat GPT: Applications

One of the main goals of ChatGPT is to create an AI chatbot that can hold a conversation with users in a way similar to how humans communicate with each other. This means that this AI can easily understand the context of a prompt and generate appropriate responses based on that. There is a wide range of potential applications for ChatGPT, including:
  1. Responding to customer inquiries or providing support for online businesses 
  2. Generating social media posts 
  3. Debugging code
  4. Creating employee training tutorials or project estimates 
  5. Writing blog posts or articles 
One of the features of ChatGPT is that it can generate responses in a way similar to how humans communicate. This makes it well-suited for tasks requiring more natural and intuitive communication, such as customer support or social media engagement. However, ChatGPT is still a work in progress, and there are limitations to its capabilities. In particular, it has been noted that ChatGPT can sometimes produce inaccurate or misleading information. This is something that OpenAI is actively working to address, and the company has stated that it is "particularly interested in feedback about illegal outputs that can be generated. It is only feedback that helps us uncover new risks and possible mitigations".


ChatGPT has excellent potential to be a revolutionary tool for improving communication and collaboration. We are committed to working with the community to ensure that it is developed and used to benefit all humanity. Overall, ChatGPT represents an exciting development in the field of artificial intelligence and has the potential to revolutionise the way we communicate and collaborate.   
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