OpenAI Search Engine: A Google Competitor

Google has for a long time been the leading search engine technology, with almost 90% of the market share. However, Microsoft has given it some competition by powering its Bing search engine with an AI chatbot known as ChatGPT. This chatbot can answer complex questions concisely and accurately using natural language processing and deep learning.

How does the OpenAI search engine work?

The report doesn’t give away much about how the OpenAI search engine will function or if it will integrate with ChatGPT. But it does say that the search engine will have more advanced features than ChatGPT while also being able to generate detailed summaries of information like it can.

This could pose a threat to Google, which recently rolled out Gemini, their own AI chatbot, across all of their products. It’s based on Google’s Gemini language model, which is similar to ChatGPT but claims to be more accurate and efficient instead. The plan behind Gemini is to improve Google’s search quality and user experience, as well as increase revenue.

According to Alphabet’s quarterly earnings, which TechCrunch reported, ChatGPT had almost 100 million users per week by the end of 2023, which hurt Google’s search revenue. Sundar Pichai expressed his confidence in Google’s performance in searches and said “the best is yet to come” during the Gemini age, indicating that they’ve got something up their sleeve.

What does this mean for the chatbot market?

This move from OpenAI could have implications for not only the chatbot market but also AI. OpenAI and Google have been battling it out for some time now, as they both want to create the best AI chatbot models, ChatGPT and Gemini, respectively.

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Gemini Pro (the most advanced version of Gemini) came in second to GPT-4 Turbo (OpenAI’s latest and most powerful model) in a recent chatbot arena competition. In fact, OpenAI took three of the top five spots.

Last year, Microsoft integrated ChatGPT into Bing after working closely with OpenAI, but this caused some glitches when users received odd responses from the chatbot that had nothing to do with their query. Microsoft had to limit how long the chatbot’s reply could be so as not to confuse people further.

When will it be launched? Who will get access?

There is no information regarding when we should expect this search engine or if it will ever be available publicly. If there are any updates on this story, then we’ll let you know. Until then, why not take a look at some more of our AI news?

Chatbots based on AI are software apps that use artificial intelligence to perform various tasks and hold natural language conversations. Here are some of the most popular and influential AI chatbots:

ChatGPT: Microsoft-backed research company OpenAI developed ChatGPT. It runs on GPT-4, a sizable language model that can produce coherent and diverse text about anything. Users can ask ChatGPT for assistance with writing, coding, creativity, education, and entertainment.

Bing-powered Chatbot: By integrating with Google apps like Gmail, Calendar, and Docs, Bard can help users become more productive, communicate better, and find information faster than ever before, claims Google Bard.

Jasper: Jasper is a business-oriented AI chatbot for marketing purposes. Users can get help from Jasper in creating websites or logos, as well as advertising campaigns such as slogans or even social media posts. He can analyze data and produce reports with insights based on more sources than ChatGPT has built into itself, but not only that—it’s much bigger!

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