Bing Chat, Microsoft’s AI model may answer your questions without actually accessing the Internet in a future update. The chatbot created upon the ChatGPT AI may receive this feature called ‘NoSearch’.
Bing has been the punching bag and laughingstock on the internet for a while now. However, it’s not that bad of a search engine. The incompetency of the engine is highly exaggerated. However, its integration with ChatGPT may make it somewhat lucrative. Microsoft is trying to do just with all the AI-focused updates they are bringing out.
What is Bing Chat NoSearch?
Bing Chat originally uses data from the internet to address consumer inquiries, albeit this is about to change. Microsoft is developing a feature that will block internet connectivity so that Bing AI cannot immediately respond to user inquiries in the latest effort to enhance user experience. Unlike ChatGPT, which looks at its database whenever a user submits a query, the chat model searches the internet for data whenever a user inputs a question. Sometimes this causes a delay in response while Bing searches the internet for data. NoSearch will allow Bing Chat to look for the query answers from its database.
The announcement was made in a tweet by Mikhail Parakhin, CEO of Microsoft’s Advertising and Web Services, who wrote: “Yes, #nosearch is coming.” Although Parakhin withheld further information, he did say that it will improve user experience and shorten the time it takes for Bing to respond to a question.
The Microsoft representative’s comments were in response to a customer inquiry that noted how modern Bing now uses the internet for “every little thing,”. If the feature is introduced, answer times will get significantly shorter. The feature will be even better in areas with poor internet connection.