BING SEARCH BEATS GOOGLE
Bing Search knows Chess. Google knows bank tellers.
With the ongoing struggle for perfection where Microsoft released to the public its new query AI, aka, chatGPT, it occurred to me to compare Bing search engine to Google search engine.
I used an esoteric question taken out from the world
of Chess and Chess problems, known only to exclusive group of chess problems experts.
I presented to each search engine the same question:
“What is Lender Combinations?”
I started with Google. The answer was:
A combination loan is two separate mortgage loans granted by the same lender to the same borrower. Combination loans can fund the construction of a new home or purchase an existing property. Choosing a combination loan may allow borrowers to avoid paying private mortgage insurance (PMI).
Next I asked Microsoft Bing same question. And the correct answer was:
The novelty was introduced by the now famous Israeli chess composer Baruch Lender, (1913-1994). It was published in 1979 as a two-mover showing, for the first time, a combination of exchanged key and threat with mates in both passes. According to the definition this is actually the combination of themes: Reversal and le Grand.
The correct answer came from Bing - drawn directly from the source domain name. Lender Combinations is a brand name. It is an explicitly registered domain name. Google failed mentioning it even though it is indexed through Google’s Blogger and the domain name is registered through Google/domains.
My guess is that Microsoft Bing already has embedded some enhancing algorithmic elements that are based on GPT3.
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