Microsoft fuses ChatGPT-like tech into search engine Bing


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At the moment all you get are static preformulated results. Sign up, and you get told that if you make Bing your default browser and install it on your phone you'll be "fast tracked" to full access ahead of the queue.

Recommend just continuing to use the original for the moment.

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The most important aspect of any software with 'AI', is the ability for the user to turn the 'AI' component off.

Google search, although the default, is not great, seemingly ignoring parts of your search request and directing you to a very short list of irrelevant pop culture links, and products.

We don't need search with unreliable 'AI'. We may need better search using contextualisation, less censorship, persistent search and distributed search. I doubt any of that will come from Google or Microsoft, who are too busy worshipping their false god, 'AI', and ignoring all the other options for tech innovation. And what use is a chatbot in a browser? Seriously, what do their R&D people do all day? Start building distributed software before someone else does and makes your stuff redundant.

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