ChatGPT users can once again access the World Wide Web. The popular chatbot from the American company OpenAI now generates responses by searching for information on the internet.
Until now, the responses were based on artificial intelligence (AI) trained on a text database, with the most recent data only going up to August 2021. This meant that ChatGPT had no knowledge of events occurring after that date and couldn’t, for example, inform users about the current best-selling women’s bicycle, to name one example.
The feature is called ‘Browse with Bing,’ and for now, it’s available only to paying users, according to OpenAI. The company has stated that the feature will become available to all users at a later date. It’s worth noting that ChatGPT had previously launched this feature in June of this year but later disabled it a few weeks later due to “undesirable” search results.
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