SFTG # 201: ChatGPT for Bing ?

We’re back with a test episode where we talk about the ins and outs of attempting to make a reality show out of Squid Game as well as MSFTs involement in a Chat GPT platform on its search engine.

Have you ever been stumped by a search query that simply wouldn’t give you the results you wanted, no matter how many different phrasings you tried? Or, have you wished that you could just have a conversation with your search engine, asking questions and getting relevant answers, just like you would with a human expert? Well, your wish has been granted! Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, has integrated OpenAI’s cutting-edge language model, ChatGPT, to enhance its search capabilities and revolutionize the way you search for information online.

ChatGPT, which stands for “Chat Generative Pretrained Transformer”, is a large language model developed by OpenAI that has been trained on a massive corpus of text data from the internet. This training has enabled ChatGPT to understand and generate human-like text, making it capable of engaging in conversational search. With Bing now using ChatGPT, users can search the web in a more natural and intuitive way, by asking questions, making requests, and getting personalized answers in real-time.

One of the most exciting features of the ChatGPT integration is the ability to perform multi-turn searches. Instead of having to rephrase your search query multiple times to get the right results, you can now have a back-and-forth conversation with Bing to refine and clarify your search intentions. This not only saves time, but also leads to more accurate search results.

Another feature that sets ChatGPT apart from traditional search algorithms is its ability to understand and respond to questions in context. For example, if you’re searching for information about a particular person, you can ask follow-up questions about their career, family, or other aspects of their life, and Bing will provide relevant answers based on the information it has gathered from your previous interactions.

Other episodes