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Microsoft is also working on a new version of a search engine that integrates artificial intelligence, as we can see from screenshots and a new experimental home page of Bing that appeared online this week - and disappeared

Just yesterday (Monday) Google announced Bard, the new search engine tool that incorporates artificial intelligence similar to ChatGPT, and now there are reports that ChatGPT partner Microsoft is going to do the same with the technology.

The major technology website The Verge reported that this week for a few minutes a new interface for Bing suddenly popped up and disappeared.

The redesigned home page and known as "the new Bing", includes the implementation of ChatGPT, when the binary search box was replaced by the already familiar box from the artificial intelligence service that is driving the world crazy - "Ask me anything".

We disclaimed that there were no verifications for the report, and Microsoft declined to comment on what appears to be its updated search engine that was allegedly leaked (or was already up for a public trial that dropped).

You still get your traditional search results but there's a new tab to start a chat

— Owen Yin (@Owen_Yin) February 3, 2023

The new page, it seems, is able to cite sources, unlike the artificial intelligence which does not indicate where it is basing its information from.

The interface, Twitter users report, is a dialog interface similar to what you get in the original ChatGPT.

This morning I was experiencing the CHAT feature of Microsoft Bing search and then a few moments later it disappeared.

— Nazmul hossain (@Nazmul60863192) February 3, 2023

The problem, warn experts, and also Google itself in the past when referring to artificial intelligence models - that the results, even if more natural to the human eye and ear in their language, may be wrong and even dangerous, and this may be problematic in a world where Google search has become a main source of authority.

As I recall, Google itself has previously addressed the problems of engines such as ChatGPT, such as the reproduction of negative social stereotypes, racism or a tendency to present incorrect information as facts (at Google they call this "knowledge hallucinations").

Is this what our search is going to look like from now on?

We will have to wait and see.

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Source: walla

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