Google Bard is eating OpenAI's lunch
Is OpenAI going to be a victim of it's own success?
I was chatting with my friend Ian about chatbots and knowledge systems when I mentioned that I was considering installing a heat pump in my home. I wanted to do some research on the cost of heat pumps versus the cost of electricity, so I asked OpenAI for information on the ratio between natural gas and electricity prices in Latvia.
OpenAI wasn't able to provide me with any specific numbers, but they did say that the ratio was trending up. I was a little disappointed, but then I remembered that I had signed up for the limited beta of Bard, a new AI from Google that is designed to be more informative and comprehensive than GPT-3.
I decided to try asking Bard for the information I was looking for. I was blown away by Bard's ability to provide accurate and informative answers. Bard was able to tell me the specific numbers I was looking for, as well as some additional information about the factors that affect the cost of heat pumps.
I was so impressed with Bard that I decided to switch to Bard for all my research needs. I also suggested that Ian try Bard, and he agreed to do so.
I'm glad I decided to give Bard a try. It's clear that Bard is the new kid on the block, and it's already making waves. ChatGPT may have been the dominant player in the chatbot market, but Bard is quickly eating its lunch.
If you're looking for a chatbot that can provide you with accurate and informative answers, then Bard is the clear choice. I highly recommend giving it a try.