Microsoft is Starting to roll out ChatGPT into its Products
Teams, Viva Sales, New Gmail design.
It’s not clear if ChatGPT will have a major impact on the way we work. ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence text generator, is being hailed as the future of work, but not everyone is convinced.
Meanwhile Microsoft announced ChatGPT in a Premium version of Teams, to handle note taking and other tasks. Meanwhile OpenAI announced on February 1st that ChatGPT Plus will be starting at $20 per month. The service delivers a number of benefits over the base-level ChatGPT, OpenAI says, including general access to ChatGPT even during peak times, faster response times and priority access to new features and improvements.
ChatGPT, the popular artificial intelligence chatbot, has reached 100 million users just two months after launching, according to analysts. It had about 590m visits in January from 100 million unique visitors, according to analysis by data firm Similarweb. It has some speculating about how much revenue OpenAI could make in the near future.
Google, Baidu among others are set to release their ChatGPT competitors in 2023, especially tethered to Search activities as Microsoft is expected to pair it in its own search engine Bing, in approximately March.
Microsoft has been working hard to integrate OpenAI’s technology into its products and roll them out faster than their competitors.
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