OpenAI search engine with AI from Monday, May 13

OpenAI seems poised to go after Google's main source of income. The AI ​​maker has reportedly revealed that it will launch its own AI-powered search engine on Monday, May 13.openai featured

The post sourced from Reuters, citing unnamed sources and adding that the date of the AI ​​search engine announcement may change. But if the May 13 date sticks, it will come just one day before Google's annual I/O developer conference on May 14.

Earlier this week, Bloomberg Reported, again via unnamed sources, that the search engine will use the ChatGPT AI chatbot as its base. It will reportedly search the web for answers to questions and queries and display reports on the search results it displays.

An OpenAI search engine would not only compete with Google Search and Microsoft's Bing search engine, but also another AI-based search startup called Perplexity. This company, founded by a former OpenAI researcher, recently secured $73,6 million in startup Series B funding from investors including Nvidia and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Google is also preparing its own AI-based search engine called SGE (Search Generative Experience) in Search Labs.

While Microsoft continues to be a major financial and development partner of OpenAI, the company with co-founder Sam Altman as CEO has reportedly made other deals. In late April, it was reported that OpenAI had begun discussions with Apple. The two companies have reportedly held discussions about adding AI technology to the next version of Apple's iPhone operating system, iOS 18.

Earlier this week, OpenAI revealed that it had begun testing an AI "deepfake" detector so that images generated by the company's DALL-E AI could be identified as fabricated. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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