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With Google’s new AI chatbot kept under wraps, you may be looking for Google Bard alternatives. Well, look no further as we present to you the best substitutes to Google’s AI-powered search assistant.
Google Bard is a new AI chatbot set to be integrated into their flagship search engine. This highly anticipated upgrade will completely revolutionize the way you find information on the internet. You will be able to have a conversation with the bot, asking it any question your heart desires.
At the moment, Google Bard is only available to a select group of “trusted testers”. However, according to Google, it should become available to the public in the next “coming weeks”.
While we wait, let’s have a look at other AI conversational bots that work in a similar way to Google Bard.
Microsoft also launched its version of an AI-powered search assistant at the beginning of the month. The tech giant didn’t try to incorporate any fancy names however, it’s just called the ‘new’ Bing.
What’s special about the new Bing, is that it is powered by OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 language model. The same model that powers the infamous ChatGPT. The updated version of Bing’s search engine will feature a chatbot assistant.
Similar to Google Bard, when you submit a search query you will get two results: Bing’s typical search results and an AI-generated answer.
But that’s not all. You will also be able to chat with the AI exclusively, asking it anything from generating party ideas, drafting social media posts, and even rewriting code in another language.
You can currently access the ‘new’ Bing for free, by signing up for Microsoft’s waiting list.
ChatGPT is another great alternative to Google Bard. It is an extremely powerful AI chatbot, that has been making headlines for its immense capabilities.
Just like Google Bard, you can ask ChatGPT any general question. But, what’s unique about this tool is its versatility. ChatGPT is also great for generating code, writing essays, rephrasing text, and explaining complex topics. This tool’s only drawback is that it only has knowledge of events up to mid-2021.
So, ChatGPT may not be the best option if you are looking for an AI assistant that has access to recent information. Nevertheless, ChatGPT is free to use and you can access it off the OpenAI website.
ChatSonic is another conversational chatbot that is powered by Google search. What’s great about this tool is that you can discuss topics that are happening in real-time, gaining the latest factual content instantly.
The app is also pretty versatile and can create AI artwork in addition to providing answers to your questions. You can customize your ChatSonic bot to fulfill numerous roles, such as a math solver, career mentor, and fitness coach.
At the moment, you can download the ChatSonic app for free on your mobile phone or activate a free trial on their website.
Unfortunately, if you would like to use the tool regularly, you will have to sign up for a ChatSonic pricing plan, starting at $12 a month.
So those were a few Google Bard alternatives. Each of the AI chatbots we’ve presented has unique characteristics of their own. The new Bing is unquestionably the most comparable search engine if you’re looking for a direct rival to Google Bard.
But, for those wanting something more versatile both ChatGPT and ChatSonic are the tools for you. If you found this article useful, why not read What question did Bard get wrong next?