Microsoft announced that it's working to incorporate the generative AI into their search engine, Bing the same day OpenAI announced ChatGPT Plus.
The free ChatGPT service will continue to exist, but the premium subscription, ChatGPT plus, guarantees faster response times even during peak hours. Right now, the ChatGPT Plus tier will only be available in the United States, as will anyone from other regions.
In the meantime, Microsoft is developing a quicker version of ChatGPT, which will be released in the following weeks.
In a bid to increase its competitiveness with Google, GPT-4, a faster version of ChatGPT, will be integrated into its own search service, Bing.
Alternatives to Google: Search Engines to Try
Bing's decision to reinstate its search market share would likely help it hit some new highs.
The only search engine that is capable of offering human-like responses is Rightnow, You.com. The search engine includes a ChatGPT embedded into a chatbot that can give you search results in a more conversational manner.
You.chat, dubbed "The AI Search Engine YOU control," is a great way to discover what ChatGPT can do, especially if ChatGPT is always on reserve.
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