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OpenAI’s ChatGPT announcement: What we know so far

OpenAI plans to make a live announcement Monday at 10 a.m. Pacific time, but it’s trying to keep expectations in check.

The company described the event as “an opportunity to demo some ChatGPT and GPT-4 updates.” Meanwhile, CEO Sam Altman promoted the event with: information“It’s not gpt-5, it’s not a search engine, but we’ve been working hard on something new that we think people will love! It feels like magic to me.”

Altman’s choice of words was presumably an allusion to a Reuters report earlier this week that suggested OpenAI planned to announce an AI-powered search product on Monday — upstaging developers at Google I/O, which opened on Tuesday. The limelight of the conference. The report also said the announcement date is “subject to change.”

The Information and Bloomberg previously reported that OpenAI was developing a search product. The product will be powered in part by Bing (Microsoft is a major investor and partner in OpenAI), The Information reports; Bloomberg says it will be available as a feature in ChatGPT, allowing chatbots to search the web and cite sources, thereby Rather than being a black box that returns answers from unknown sources.

So, at least in theory, OpenAI could announce a search feature on Monday and Altman’s insistence that it “is not a search engine” may still be correct. We’ll see.

The live broadcast begins at 10 a.m. Pacific time on Monday. You can watch it on the OpenAI website.


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