On Tuesday, Google started the public rollout of its chatbot Bard in an effort to catch up to Microsoft in the fast-paced field of artificial intelligence technology.
Tuesday saw the release of the latest of OpenAI’s main large language model, GPT-4, which the company claims exhibits “human-level performance” on a number of professional tests.
You’ve heard about Google’s Bard and the new Microsoft Bing – now we bring you other contenders in the field of artificial intelligence-based chatbots.
Microsoft is starting to implement conversational AI to develop a new browsing experience. Users will be able to chat to Bing like ChatGPT, asking questions and receiving answers in natural language.
Google is developing a chatbot to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Bard is the name of the “experimental conversational AI service” that is being tested by a select group of individuals.
ChatGPT is intelligent enough to pass esteemed graduate-level exams, albeit not with the best grades.
It’s the latest media organization to turn to automated content processing techniques. But the company asserts that its newsroom will continue to prioritize human work.
Microsoft has announced a multi-year, multi-billion dollar investment in AI by furthering its collaboration with the company OpenAI, founded by Elon Musk and tech investor Sam Altman.
Will journalists, programmers and professors lose their jobs in just a few years because of the new chatbot, created by Musk’s artificial intelligence company?