Tomorrow Microsoft will Host a Press Conference Where ChatGPT is Expected to be Heavily Featured


With a DALL-E graphic design app, a natural language programming tool, and a Teams Premium service with AI translations and chapters, Microsoft has already made a significant investment in the OpenAI ecosystem. Additionally, Microsoft recently unveiled a GPT-based text generator trained on medical literature. ChatGPT is also coming to Azure cloud services.

According to rumours, ChatGPT will be used by Microsoft’s search engine to provide answers that sound conversational. Microsoft made its initial investment in OpenAI in 2019 and continued to support the startup in 2021.

The information was released shortly after Google unveiled Bard, its version of a ChatGPT-like service. Google intends to release Bard to the general public in the future, but for now, it will only be available to a select group of reliable users in a limited capacity.

Microsoft and Google are both under pressure. Google reportedly had a change of heart after viewing ChatGPT as a threat to its search business, despite the company’s initial reluctance to make its description-based AI available to the general public.

Microsoft, on the other hand, has long had difficulty competing in the search market and faces fierce competition in both the cloud and the productivity space. Theoretically, Microsoft has an advantage over competitors like Google and others thanks to OpenAI’s technology.

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