According to a report, Microsoft could invest ten billion dollars in an AI chatbot from OpenAI. An investment of ten billion dollars in OpenAI could be made by Microsoft, according to a report. According to the report, the company is in talks to invest in the company known for its AI-equipped viral chatbot “ChatGPT.”
Microsoft could then hold a 49% stake in the fledgling company. The contract is a clause in which the Windows group receives three-quarters of the profits until one has his investment back.
Already in 2019, Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI. Only since November 20, 2022, the program “ChatGPT” has been accessible to the public, which can mimic human speech amazingly well.
ChatGPT is to be integrated into the company’s search engine Bing, according to further reports, which has reportedly put the top management at Google on edge. That’s because they say the most significant threat this year to the stock of Alpha, Google‘s parent company, is a search rival. However, analysts at Bank of America do not see the chatbot as an immediate threat to Google.