Microsoft today announced that starting next week Bing will be powered by GPT-4, the new version of GPT 3.5 which currently underpins the search engine AI. The update will introduce system improvements as well as advanced features. Among these also the support for videos, which means that users will be able to generate videos using artificial intelligence.
The announcement came today in Germany during an event called AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff. during his speech Andreas Braun, CTO of Microsoft Germany and Lead Data & AI STUhe said: “We will introduce GPT-4 next week, there we will have multi-mode models that will offer completely different possibilities, for example video”.
Microsoft Bing with GPT-4: what can we expect
This is not the first time we hear about GPT-4 and its ability to generate videos. Last month OpenAI (the company that created ChatGPT) announced the arrival of a mobile app of the popular chatbot powered by GPT-4. Among the features announced was also support for video.
But does that mean users will be able to make and edit clips using AI? Exactly, although it’s not yet clear how that will work specifically. Otherwise the responses provided by GPT-4 will be faster and more humanoid than GPT 3.5.
We remind you that Bing’s AI is currently only available in beta. To access it you will need to register for free on the waiting list (at this link). In the meantime, you can read our article in which we tried to review the service.