Exploring Microsoft's AI Tools: Bing Chat, gpt.Chat, and More
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "🔴 Bing Chat, la IA de Microsoft que es SUPERIOR a ChatGPT!" by Dot CSV
TLDR The video discusses various AI tools and technologies being developed by Microsoft, including Bing Chat, gpt.Chat, and a copilot for programming, with a focus on their potential uses and limitations.
Microsoft's AI chat system, Bing Chat, is being tested and demonstrated in closed beta, with plans to open it to the public in 2023, and it has the ability to integrate information from the internet into conversations, making it more useful than other chat systems.
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The speaker is training an open source version of gpt.Chat in Spanish and is requesting good quality examples to improve the system.
A copilot for programming with more context windows is a primitive version of future programming examples.
A tool called gpt chat can summarize YouTube videos by selecting the most relevant information.
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