Battle of AI-Powered Chatbots: A Comparison
Here are the specifics about the ongoing battle of AI-powered chatbots
Chatbots powered by artificial intelligence (AI) are all over the internet. In December of last year, the introduction of AI-powered Chatbot ChatGPT, a new technology backed by Elon Musk, opened the door to it. Big tech companies like Google, Microsoft, and Baidu, backed by the Chinese, have flooded and the battle of AI-powered Chatbots has started. Ernie, Baidu’s AI chatbot, has been announced by Google. ChatGPT support was added to Microsoft’s Bing browser. ChatSonic is another platform supported by AI that is popular online. In this section, we compare these platforms. Let’s start with the basics: Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF) is used to train OpenAI’s ChatGPT. In contrast, ChatSonic initiates conversations that are human-like by utilizing machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) techniques.
Google’s own LaMDA – Language Model for Dialogue Applications system serves as the foundation for Bard. The internal testing of a ChatGPT-style project known as “Ernie Bot” will be completed for Ernie by Baidu, which is still in the process of development.
Features AI-based chatbots allow users to feed the query they want to be answered into the chatbot. This capability is available on all four of the aforementioned platforms. What, then, sets them apart from one another? The ability to admit mistakes, respond to subsequent inquiries, and other features provide the solution.
OpenAI created and released the artificial intelligence chatbot known as ChatGPT in November 2022. It has been fine-tuned (an approach to transfer learning) using both supervised and reinforcement learning methods on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3 family of large language models. ChatGPT users, for instance, can use it to ask follow-up questions. If necessary, the platform can also use ChatGPT AI to integrate with other platforms like WhatsApp.
ChatGPT Plus learns from customer conversations using cutting-edge AI technology. The chatbot can thus learn over time about your customers’ preferences, requirements, and intentions.
In contrast, one can use voice commands with ChatSonic. As opposed to ChatGPT, which only has a small set of data, ChatSonic crawls data directly from Google, so there are fewer chances that the results will be incorrect. Similarly, ChatGPT is unable to provide up-to-date responses because Google’s Bard AI bot primarily relies on information from the internet to provide fresh, high-quality responses.
AI images can be generated by ChatSonic users. None of the other platforms mentioned above offer this feature. According to Google, its Bard AI will be able to carry out routine tasks like suggesting lunch ideas based on what food is still in a refrigerator or giving advice on how to organize a party. This feature is not claimed by any other platform.
The fact that users have expressed dissatisfaction with AI models’ outputs that are biased and inaccurate is another point that needs to be brought up. ChatGPT and Google’s Bard are two examples. After providing misleading information in a promotional video, Google’s alphabet company lost $100 billion in market value just days after Bard went live. However, the creators of ChatGPT assert that, in contrast to other AI chatbots, ChatGPT can admit its errors and challenge incorrect assumptions.