ChatGPT users will now be able to surf the web, Microsoft-backed OpenAI said on Wednesday, expanding the data that the viral chatbot can access beyond the first cutoff in September 2021. .
The artificial intelligence startup said its latest browsing feature will allow websites to control how ChatGPT can interact with them.
“Browsing is available today for Plus and Enterprise customers, and we’ll be rolling out to all customers soon. To enable, choose Browse with Bing in the selector under GPT-4,” OpenAI said on social media. said in a post on Platform X, previously known. As Twitter.
The startup also announced a major update earlier this week that will enable ChatGPT to communicate with users using voice and images, bringing it closer to popular AI like Apple’s Siri. Will take the assistants closer.
OpenAI previously tested a feature that allowed users to access the latest information in its premium Chat GPT Plus offering through the Bing search engine. But it later disabled it due to concerns that it could allow users to bypass paywalls.
ChatGPT became the fastest-growing consumer application in history earlier this year, reaching 100 million monthly active users in January, before replacing Meta’s Threads app. go
His addition has fueled investor interest in OpenAI, with media outlets including Reuters reporting on Tuesday that the startup is talking to existing shareholders about a possible sale of stake that has been going on for months. At a much higher price than