Microsoft Reportedly Plans New Version of Bing with ChatGPT Tech

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By Rob Lenihan Microsoft’s search engine will reportedly use the artificial intelligence behind ChatGPT. Microsoft wanted to find a new name for its rebranded search engine in 2009. The software giant was moving on from Live Search and wanted a name that was memorable and short. The company decided upon Bing, as it would remind people of the sound made during “the moment of discovery and decision making.” The search engine was announced in May 2009 and in July, Microsoft (MSFT) – Get Free Report and Yahoo announced a deal where Bing would power Yahoo Search. Bing was the World’s second most po…

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