Microsoft to develop humanoid chatbots
Microsoft Corporation is considering a $10 billion investment in OpenAI, the company behind the ChatGPT chatbot based on the GPT-3 neural network. This reports Forbes edition, referring to Bloomberg and Semafor.
It is noted that Microsoft and OpenAI have been discussing the deal for several months. According to the documents received by the journalists, if both parties agree, Microsoft will allocate money to OpenAI for several years.
The partnership implies that after cash injections, Microsoft will receive 75% of OpenAI's revenues until those until he recovers his investment. Further, Microsoft will become the owner of 49% of OpenAI shares, other investors will receive another 49%, and the remaining 2% will be assigned to OpenAI itself.
A feature of ChatGPT is that, unlike other chat bots, it can compose answers to people's questions with explanations and awareness of the context. In the future, Microsoft is expected to integrate ChatGPT into its Bing search engine to compete with Google.
Previously, BAGNET reported that Microsoft has created a neural network capable of spoofing the voice of any person on ;based on a three-second sample.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga