“Unleashing the Potential of AI Chatbots: Analyzing the Performance of Top Free Chatbots During Field Testing”

Several AI-powered chatbots have launched into the marketplace since OpenAI’s ChatGPT captivated the world in November 2022. Tech giants Google and Microsoft have both launched their own AI chatbots, with Google’s Bard and Microsoft’s Bing making waves in their own right. OpenAI has already released ChatGPT-4, but ChatGPT-3.5 is still a popular choice and is free to use. While OpenAI’s chatbot may give similar results to ChatGPT, app developers can also add additional commands. ChatGPT-3.5 can help with tasks like essay writing, code debugging, and personal finances, but it lacks the ability to search the internet. Bing’s chatbot provides sources for its answers, making it easier for users to verify claims. Although Bing takes longer to respond, it utilizes the Bing search engine in its responses, which allows it to answer questions about current events. Google’s Bard is unique in that it can respond to and be prompted with images, supports numerous programming languages, and can connect to the internet. You.com’s YouChat lists sources for most of the text it generates and also provides links to several webpages related to the query. In contrast, HuggingFace’s HuggingChat returns vast walls of text, which initially are relevant but ultimately devolve into something akin to rambling.

J-S Tremblay
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