OpenAI gives ChatGPT its web browsing capabilities back

OpenAI has announced that its language model, ChatGPT, will once again have the ability to scour the internet for up-to-date information. This feature, known as Browse with Bing, allows ChatGPT to provide answers derived from “current and authoritative” sources, which are then cited in its responses. For the time being, this feature is exclusively available to Plus and Enterprise subscribers, but OpenAI has plans to extend this service to all users in the near future. ChatGPT can now browse the internet to provide you with current and authoritative information, complete with direct links to sources. It is no longer limited to data before September 2021. pic.twitter.com/pyj8a9HWkB— OpenAI (@OpenAI) September 27, 2023 The ability to fetch live information from the web is not a new concept. Microsoft’s Bing Chat on Windows, the Edge browser, and third-party browser plugins have been offering this feature. Google’s Bard also has similar capabilities in Chrome and other browsers. Both Bing Chat and Bard provide links when conducting searches, a feature that ChatGPT’s Browse with Bing now also offers. Meta has also recently announced at Meta Connect that it will utilize Bing to power real-time web results in the Meta AI Assistant, which will be integrated into WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger. Getting ChatGPT to perform a web search can be a bit tricky Image: KnowTechie OpenAI provides instructions for the browser version, but the same is not readily available for the iOS app. Log into your account First, make sure you have an active subscription and…OpenAI gives ChatGPT its web browsing capabilities back

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