Extension 'ChatGPT for Search Engines' that displays ChatGPT in Google and Bing search results

OpenAI's ChatGPT is an interactive AI that uses an advanced natural language processing model, and when you enter a sentence, it returns a natural sentence that looks like it was written by a human being. With conventional search engines, it was necessary to enter multiple words for a search query, but if you apply this ChatGPT, you can directly enter sentences about what you want to look up, and the next-generation search will show more appropriate search results. It is hoped that the engine will be possible. An extension ` ` ChatGPT for Search Engines '' that actually displays such ChatGPT answers in search results such as Google and Bing has been released for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.

ChatGPT for Search Engines


To use ChatGPT for Search Engines, you need to create an account and log in to ChatGPT in advance. To create an account, go to ChatGPT's login page and click 'Sign up'.

You can register with your email address, Google account, or Microsoft account. This time I will register with a Google account.

After logging in to your Google account, enter your name and click 'Continue'.

Enter the phone number for two-step verification and click 'Send code'.

Enter the two-factor authentication code sent to your mobile phone.

Then you will be logged in automatically.

ChatGPT for Search Engines has extensions released for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.

ChatGPT for Search Engines - Chrome Web Store


ChatGPT for Search Engines – Get this Extension for Firefox (en-US)

ChatGPT for Search Engines - Microsoft Edge Addons

This time I will install ChatGPT for Search Engines on Firefox. Go to the extension distribution page and click 'Add to Firefox'.

A pop-up will appear asking you to confirm the addition of the extension, so click 'Add' to install ChatGPT for Search Engines.

I searched Google for 'Total value of 10 dice thrown at the same time Python'.

The result is below. Since Google's search results use words extracted from ``total value of 10 dice rolled at the same time'' as search queries, the displayed search results are often far from the answers you want to know. However, ChatGPT derives the answer from the sentence 'Total value of 10 dice rolled at the same time', so it displays the answer you want to know on the spot.

A conversation thread is created in ChatGPT for each search, and an input field for asking ChatGPT is also displayed. I asked, 'How would it be written in C instead of Python?'

Then, only the result part of ChatGPT was updated like this.

ChatGPT supports Japanese, so if you search in Japanese, the results will basically be displayed in Japanese. However, even if you search in Japanese as below, the answer may be displayed in English.

In addition, the characteristics of being weak in story summaries and creative content remain unchanged. If you search for 'Synopsis of Taro Urashima', Google search results will hit a page introducing Taro Urashima, but ChatGPT introduces a story that you have never heard of as Taro Urashima. Depending on what you want to search for, Google search results may be better in some cases.

ChatGPT for Search Engines supports not only Google but also Bing search.

Furthermore, it is possible to display ChatGPT on DuckDuckGo as well.

in Review,   Software,   Web Service,   Web Application, Posted by log1i_yk