According to The New York Times, Samsung is negotiating with Microsoft to make Bing the default search engine on Galaxy devices. The reason for this is that Microsoft Bing is much further ahead in the field of artificial intelligence than Google’s search engine. ChatGPT is probably known to many people by now. This artificial intelligence chatbot is much more advanced than we’ve seen before. Even schoolchildren and students use it, because ChatGPT can make complete assignments for them. Thanks to the integration of ChatGPT in Bing, Microsoft is now ahead of Google in terms of a search engine with advanced AI features.
Will Samsung switch to Bing search engine?
This step forward means that Samsung is now interested in partnering with Microsoft to make Bing the default search engine on Galaxy devices such as tablets and smartphones. Google Search would be pushed aside with that. This news would have caused panic within Google. Google has also been working hard to bring artificial intelligence to Google Search. For example, 160 people are now working within Google on a project called ‘Magi’, or Google’s view of a search engine with artificial intelligence. Google’s artificial intelligence search engine may be launched as early as next month.
It is not yet known whether Samsung will actually switch to Microsoft’s search engine. The talks between Microsoft and Samsung are still taking place, according to the latest news.