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ChatGPT, Bing Chat and Bard: The Battle of the AI Chatbots
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Artificial intelligence AI chatbots are becoming increasingly popular as a way for businesses to automate customer service, marketing, and other tasks. Two of the leading AI chatbot platforms are ChatGPT and Bing Chat, and lately, a brand new chatbot was born: Google Bard.

In this blog post, we will compare ChatGPT, Bing Chat and Bard on a number of factors, including their features, capabilities, limitations, pricing, and use cases. We will also discuss the pros and cons of each chatbot to help you decide which one is right for your business.

Feature of the three: The general comparison in terms of their pros and cons, capabilities, limitations, and pricing

 Bing ChatChatGPTGoogle Bard
Language modelOpenAI’s GPT-4OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 (ChatGPT Plus: GPT-4)LaMDA
PlatformIntegrated with Microsoft’s search engine; Google Chrome and SafariStandalone website or API; iOS and Android appsWeb application, web browser on any device with an internet connection
Image generationCan generate creative content, including images using DALL·ECan only generate textimages of faces, objects, and scenes
Usage limitsUsers get to ask 30 chats per session and 300 total chats per dayUnlimited conversations per day; ChatGPT Plus users get 50 GPT-4 messages every three hours only generate a limited number of images per day
PricingFree

Free; 

ChatGPT Plus available for $20/month

Free
CapabilitiesAnswer questions, help with tasks, and generate creative contentgenerate human-quality text, translate languages, and answer questionsanswer questions, generate creative content, translate languages, and follow instructions
Pros

Can be used for a variety of tasks, including customer service, marketing, and education.

Integrated with the Microsoft ecosystem, which means that it can access information from Microsoft products, such as Office 365 and Azure.

Free to use for personal use.

Highly accurate in generating human-quality text.

Can be used for a variety of tasks, including customer service, marketing, and education.

Still under development, but constantly learning and improving.

Can answer your questions in an informative way, even if they are open ended, challenging, or strange.

Can generate different creative text formats, like poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, etc.

Follow your instructions and complete your requests thoughtfully.

Cons

Not as accurate as ChatGPT.

Can be slow to respond, especially when it is asked to generate a lot of text.

Not as good at understanding natural language as some other chatbots.

Can be biased or inaccurate, especially when it is not given enough context.

Not as versatile as some other chatbots, such as Bard.

Not yet widely available.

Not yet widely available.

Can be slow to respond, especially when it is asked to generate a lot of text.

Still under development, so it may not always be able to understand your requests perfectly.

You should use Chat GPT if…

1. You're interested in experiencing the excitement firsthand

ChatGPT has been the top AI chatbot since it began, and it’s been the model for many other AI chatbots that have come out since then. Because of this, it’s the one that people know the most and like the best. The excitement is totally worth it. ChatGPT is a really good chatbot that can help and give ideas on lots of different things, even techie stuff like writing and coding. Using ChatGPT is free and open to everyone right now. So, if you’re wondering how an AI chatbot could help you, you should give the one that started it all a try — you’ll find out what you prefer and need in a chatbot helper.

2. You want clarity on topics or events from before 2021

ChatGPT learned from the entire web before 2021. So, if you have questions about stuff that happened before 2021, ChatGPT can talk to you about it in a detailed way.

You can ask not only regular things you’d search for but also math or coding stuff. This is super helpful when you’re studying or researching and want a clear explanation, like from a tutor. The cool thing is, ChatGPT is always here to help (unless it’s too busy), and it can answer all your questions.

At Microsoft Build 2023, they said that ChatGPT will use Bing as its main search tool. This means ChatGPT can look up stuff online, like current events, and even give you sources for what it says.

Right now, though, this feature is for ChatGPT Plus users. Later on, anyone can use it for free by adding a Bing plugin to ChatGPT.

3. You want long, in-depth responses

Based on our tests, ChatGPT gives much deeper answers than other chatbots, even Bing’s.

For instance, if you throw a big question like “What is life?” at ChatGPT, it will write a bunch of paragraphs explaining lots of different ideas about it. 

But if you ask Bing’s chatbot the same thing, you only get a tiny three-sentence reply:

“Life is all about how things exist and do stuff. The big difference between life and not-life is that life uses energy to grow and think. Is there something specific you want to know about life?”

Not only does ChatGPT give better answers than other chatbots, but it also doesn’t stop you from asking more questions. Unlike Bing Chat, there’s no limit to how curious you can be with ChatGPT.

ChatGPT, Bing’s AI Chatbot and Google Bard: The Battle of the AI Chatbots

And use Bing’s AI Chatbots if…

1. You want information on current events for free

It looks at everything on the internet to give you the newest updates, stories, and info when you ask. Just like ChatGPT, Bing Chat talks like a person and can help with news questions. Sometimes, news makes us curious, and Bing Chat is awesome for finding out more.

Also, Bing helps ChatGPT search, so it can talk about current stuff too. But you need to pay for ChatGPT Plus to use this. So, for current info, Bing’s chatbot is the best.

2. You want to confirm your sources

Using ChatGPT might be tricky because it doesn’t show where it gets its answers, so you can’t know if they’re right. ChatGPT can make mistakes. Bing Chat fixes this by showing you where it found its answers. When you ask, Bing Chat will give you a link to the place it got the info, so you can check. Click the link, and you’ll see the webpage.

This is really helpful when you need to be sure, like for work or school stuff, research, or just chatting. Also, if you ask math questions, Bing Chat shows you the math and where it came from. It’s like proof for the answer.

This proof thing is now in ChatGPT too, because of Bing. But you need ChatGPT Plus and Bing for it.

So in which cases Bard is chosen?

1. You want the up-to-date information

The information from Bard is generally up-to-date. Bard is trained on a massive dataset of text and code, which is constantly being updated. This means that Bard has access to the latest information on a wide range of topics.

However, it is important to note that Bard is still under development, so it is not always able to provide the most accurate or complete information. If you are looking for information on a specific topic, it is always best to do your own research and consult multiple sources.

2. You want some other related information and suggestions when receiving the answers

When you ask Bard a question, it will try its best to answer your question in a comprehensive and informative way. However, it is not always possible for Bard to provide all of the information that you need. In these cases, you may want to ask Bard for some other related information or suggestions.

For example, if you ask Bard “What is the capital of France?”, Bard will likely answer “Paris”. However, you may also want to know about the history of Paris, the population of Paris, or other interesting facts about Paris. In this case, you could ask Bard “Can you tell me more about Paris?” or “Can you give me some suggestions for things to do in Paris?”

Bard will then try its best to provide you with the information that you need. It may also suggest other related topics that you might be interested in.

3. You want the answer can be generated into many formats such as text, table,... and can be exported to Excel Sheet

Tutorial on how to set up and use these AI chatbots

1. Chat GPT

ChatGPT is a large language model chatbot developed by OpenAI. It is still under development, but it can be used to generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way.

 

  1. To set up and use ChatGPT, you need to have an OpenAI account. You can create an account for free at https://openai.com/.
  2. Once you have an OpenAI account, you can access ChatGPT by going to the ChatGPT website: https://chat.openai.com/.
  3. To use ChatGPT, you simply type your questions or requests in the text box and hit enter. ChatGPT will then try its best to answer your questions or fulfill your requests.

 

Here are some tips for using ChatGPT:

 

  • Be as specific as possible when you ask your questions or make your requests.
  • Use natural language, as if you were talking to a human.
  • Be patient, as ChatGPT is still under development and may not always be able to understand your requests perfectly.

2. Bing's AI Chatbot

Tutorial on how to set up and use Bing’s AI Chatbot:

 

  1. Open Bing in your web browser.
  2. Click on the “Chat” button in the top-left corner of the page.
  3. If you are using Microsoft Edge, you will be able to chat with Bing AI directly in the browser. If you are using another browser, you will need to install the Bing Chat extension.
  4. Once you are in the chat window, you can start asking questions or making requests.

 

Here are some tips for using Bing AI Chatbot:

 

  • Be as specific as possible when you ask your questions or make your requests.
  • Use natural language, as if you were talking to a human.
  • Be patient, as Bing AI Chatbot is still under development and may not always be able to understand your requests perfectly.

3. Google Bard

Here is a tutorial on how to set up and use Google Bard

 

  1. Go to the Google Bard website: https://bard.google.com/ 
  2. If you don’t have a Google account, create one.
  3. Sign in to your Google account.
  4. Click on the “Try me” button.
  5. Agree to Google Bard’s privacy policy.

 

Once you have set up Google Bard, you can start using it by typing your questions or requests in the text box at the bottom of the page. Google Bard will then try its best to answer your questions or fulfill your requests.

 

Here are some tips for using Google Bard:

 

  • Be as specific as possible when you ask your questions or make your requests.
  • Use natural language, as if you were talking to a human.
  • Be patient, as Google Bard is still under development and may not always be able to understand your requests perfectly.

Conclusion

In conclusion, ChatGPT, Bing Chat, and Google Bard are all powerful AI chatbot platforms that can be used for a variety of purposes. However, they have different strengths and weaknesses, so the best choice for your business will depend on your specific needs.

If you are looking for a chatbot that is highly accurate and can generate human-quality text, then ChatGPT is a good option. However, it is also the most expensive of the three chatbots.

If you are looking for a chatbot that is affordable and can be used for a variety of tasks, then Bing Chat is a good option. It is also the most versatile of the three chatbots, as it can be used for customer service, marketing, and education. However, it is not as accurate as ChatGPT.

If you are looking for a chatbot that is still under development but has the potential to be the most accurate and versatile of the three chatbots, then Google Bard is a good option. It is still under development, so it is not as widely available as the other two chatbots. However, it is constantly being updated and improved, and it has the potential to be the best chatbot on the market.

Ultimately, the best way to decide which chatbot is right for your business is to try all three of them out and see which one you prefer.

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