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The Information, citing two sources with direct knowledge of the plans, reported on Tuesday that Microsoft Corp. is preparing to launch a version of its search engine Bing that will make use of the AI that powers ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by OpenAI.

Microsoft may introduce the new function before the end of March in an effort to compete with Alphabet’s Google, according to a report from a San Francisco-based technology news website.

Microsoft announced its intention to incorporate OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 image-generation software into Bing in a blog post last year.

Microsoft and OpenAI declined to comment.

Microsoft offered $1 billion in funding to San Francisco-based OpenAI in 2019, supporting the company. In order to develop artificial intelligence supercomputing technologies on Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing service, the two had established a multi-year partnership.

On Nov. 30, OpenAI made the ChatGPT chatbot, its most recent creation, available for free public testing. The chatbot is a piece of software created to mimic human-like conversation in response to user input and can answer a wide variety of queries while mimicking human speaking styles.

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