ChatGPT may launch its search engine on May 9

by nativetechdoctor
2 minutes read

Recent rumors suggest that OpenAI, the artificial intelligence research laboratory co-founded by Elon Musk, may announce the launch of a new AI-powered search engine tool from ChatGPT on May 9. This was brought to light after a Reddit account discovered an SSL certificate for the search. ChatGPT.com and Android Authority also discovered a tweet from an AI podcast that hinted at a potential release of a search engine tool on the same date. The subdomain currently displays a “Not Found” message, indicating that something might be in the works.

The launch of a new web search service powered by ChatGPT could be seen as a direct challenge to Google’s search dominance, as the AI war between Google Gemini and Microsoft’s ChatGPT escalates. It is worth noting that Microsoft has invested more than $13 billion in OpenAI to enhance Bing search service, Edge browser, and Copilot integration into Windows, highlighting its determination to compete with Google’s search dominance.

If officially launched, a ChatGPT-based search product may provide AI-driven summaries and results on the fly, similar to Google’s Search Synthesis Experience (SGE). This could prove to be a game-changer for the search engine industry, and it’s no surprise that OpenAI is considering such a move.

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