Microsoft integrates the artificial intelligence of “Open IE” into its search engine

Microsoft President Satya Nadella announced Tuesday that a “new era” has begun in Internet search, announcing that the US computer giant will integrate artificial intelligence technologies developed by startup Open IE into its Bing search engine.

“The race starts today,” he said, referring to Google, which largely dominates this market, and on Monday unveiled a competitor to ChatGPT, the main Open IE program capable of generating all kinds of scripts based on user requests.

Microsoft’s announcement had been anticipated since last year, when the success of ChatGPT dictated so-called “generative” AI as a major trend.

Microsoft invested $1 billion in Open IE in 2019 and just struck a new multi-billion dollar deal with the California-based startup founded in 2015.


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