Yahoo Finance's Allie Garfinkle explains the generative AI search wars as competition heats up between Google and Microsoft.
Silicon Valley’s tech giants are poised for a fight over AI superiority. Here’s what you need to know: The emergence of ChatGPT has led to an arms race in the tech sector as Microsoft and Google scramble to integrate generative artificial intelligence into their search platforms. Microsoft revealing it will begin using OpenAI’s ChatGPT in some of its products, including its Bing search engine, as the company looks to capitalize on ChatGPT’s popularity to take market share away from Google. “It is definitely a new day for search. The opportunity to bring and infuse AI and new chat-like experiences with the tools that people use the most on the web today, which is the search engine and browser, is the opportunity to do something completely new.” Microsoft Head of Devices and Search, Yusuf Mehdi told Yahoo Finance. Just this week, Google releasing its own AI chatbot to compete with the Microsoft-backed ChatGPT. Google CEO Sundar Pichai introducing the newest entry in the AI revolution.
Microsoft fired its latest salvo against rival Google on Tuesday, debuting a new version of its Bing search engine powered by OpenAI's GPT-4, a more powerful version of its popular ChatGPT natural language AI technology.