We delve into the world of AI-powered chatbots and compare four popular ones: ChatGPT, ChatSonic, Bard, and Ernie. We explore their features, strengths, weaknesses, and use cases to determine which one comes out on top in the battle of chatbots. Whether you’re a business owner looking to implement a chatbot or a curious AI enthusiast, this post is sure to provide valuable insights into the world of AI-powered conversational agents.
The Basics First
ChatGPT OpenAI is trained using Human Feedback Reinforcement Learning (RLHF). ChatSonic , then again, utilizes regular language handling and AI techniques to start human-like discussions.
Bard from Google is based on the proprietary model LaMDA – Language Model for Dialog Applications.Ernie by Baidu is still under development and will complete internal testing of a ChatGPT style project called “Ernie Bot”.
AI-powered chatbots allow users to send questions to which the chatbot responds. All four platforms listed above have this feature. But how do they differ then? The answer lies in the ability to admit mistakes, answer additional questions, and other features.
For example, ChatGPT users can ask more questions there. If desired, the platform can also be integrated with other platforms such as WhatsApp via ChatGPT AI.
ChatSonic, on the other hand, allows you to use voice commands. Unlike ChatGPT, which has a limited dataset, ChatSonic indexes data directly from Google and is less likely to receive materially incorrect answers. Similarly, the Google Bard AI bot relies heavily on information gathered from around the web to provide fresh, high-quality answers, and provides up-to-date answers, which ChatGPT cannot.
ChatSonic allows users to generate AI images. This feature is not available on any of the other platforms listed above. Google says its AI Bard will be able to do mundane tasks like give you party planning tips or lunch ideas based on the food left in your fridge. No other stage professes to offer this element.
Another notable issue is that users have complained that AI models have provided biased and inaccurate results.An example is ChatGPT and Google Bard. Days after Bard’s launch, Google’s Alphabet company lost $100 billion in market value after disclosing inaccurate information in a promotional video. However, the developers of ChatGPT claim that unlike other AI chatbots, ChatGPT is able to admit mistakes and challenge bad assumptions.