Artificial intelligence language models are the new metaverse. It is the new “fashion” and there is no great technology that does not have its own model or that does not work with the technology of a partner. These last few weeks have been very busy in this sense and Microsoft has been one of the most awake companies.
A few days ago, Microsoft announced a partnership to bring ChatGPT to Bing. Thus, they updated both the search engine and the Edge browser to make them more powerful thanks to artificial intelligence. Google was quick to respond with Bard, but now GPT-4 has been presentedthe new language model, and it turns out that was the one that Bing was using in “secret”. Well, they got away a few days ago.
GPT-4 has been trained using Azure servers, from Microsoft
It is most interesting because it can help us unblock ourselves when writing an email or starting a document, for example. By introducing a theme, the AI will “develop” it. It’s an interesting implementation, but just a few minutes later, OpenAI – the parents of GPT – announced GPT-4.
The new engine is more creative, can solve more difficult problems with greater precision, it is less likely to reply to disallowed topics, and has a richer “lexicon” to enable deeper conversations, thus yielding richer results.
Speaking “badly”, everyone was hallucinating with the new version and just after the announcement of OpenAI, Microsoft arrived to confirm through its blog that the assistant, or co-pilot as they call it, that we’ve been using Bing for five weeks was GPT-4.
Actually, it is a customized version of GPT-4 that it is optimized for the search engine and that it will evolve as OpenAI and Microsoft itself introduce updates and improvements.
This agreement between the two companies is very juicy because Microsoft has achieved a language model that it did not have and OpenAI has been able to almost beta test its new engine which, in addition, is based on Microsoft’s Azure infrastructure.
We will see how they improve the engine in the futurebut one of Microsoft’s goals is to grow this AI with its own additions, such as an advanced image recognition engine. What is clear to us is that Microsoft has entered a field in which few expected it and the battle against Google is going to be very interesting.
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