Microsoft is reportedly adding ChatGPT to its Bing search engine, and many users got a glimpse of what the chatbot will look like on the search screen.
- After the recent success of artificial intelligence (AI) program ChatGPT Microsoft is looking to capitalize on the program by adding it to its search engine Bing.
- Many have wondered how the company will incorporate the bot into its search engine, but some users saw the new service as it appeared on the search page briefly before disappearing.
- The new page had a question box where users could type questions and be answered by the ChatGPT bot.
- The leak has not been confirmed or denied by Microsoft representatives.
Why it’s news
ChatGPT has been taking social media by storm as the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot has been going viral for its capabilities. Users can make an account and use the chatbot for free, asking it various questions that it can answer intelligently.
Following the recent success of the service, Microsoft has been looking to incorporate ChatGPT into its Bing search engine, and it is possible that some users were able to briefly experience the new AI layout.
Bing users took to Twitter to share a new layout that included ChatGPT, which was briefly on the website’s homepage. Student and designer Owen Yin said on Twitter that the new Bing layout appeared on his Bing search engine before disappearing shortly after.
He made a blog post on Medium detailing what the search engine was like explaining that the chatbot could not only answer questions but ask them in a conversational manner.
Other Twitter users reported seeing the AI search engine before it was promptly taken down. They said the new interface said, “Welcome to the new Bing: Your AI-powered answer engine.”
The leak of the new search engine has not been confirmed or denied, so the validity of the claims is uncertain.