OpenAI Makes ChatGPT Capable Of Web Browsing; Likely To Expand User Access Gradually

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  • Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) backed OpenAI launched plugins in ChatGPT.

  • OpenAI is starting with a small set of users and is planning to expand access gradually.

  • OpenAI hosts two plugins, a web browser, and a code interpreter. It also open-sourced the code for a knowledge base retrieval plugin to be self-hosted by any developer.

  • Also Read: From Ideation to Implementation: How Microsoft Achieved its ChatGPT Goals

  • OpenAI created a web browser plugin, making it useful for retrieving information. Browsing retrieves content from the web using the Bing search API.

  • The browsing plugin shows websites visited and cites their sources in ChatGPT’s responses.

  • The open-source retrieval plugin enables ChatGPT to access personal or organizational information sources (with permission).

  • It allows users to obtain the most relevant document snippets from their data sources, such as files, notes, emails, or public documentation, by asking questions or expressing needs in natural language.

  • The retrieval plugin allows ChatGPT to search a vector content database and add the best results into the ChatGPT session.

  • The code interpreter is ideal for solving mathematical problems, data analysis and visualization, and converting files between formats.

  • Expedia, FiscalNote, Instacart, KAYAK, Klarna, Milo, OpenTable, Shopify, Slack, Speak, Wolfram, and Zapier created the first plugins.

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