Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a buzzword in recent years due to its meteoric growth and widespread impact across various sectors. From agriculture, healthcare, education to industries, AI has revolutionized the way we live and work. However, some people still associate AI with Skynet from ‘The Terminator’, which is not entirely accurate.
One of the most popular applications of AI is generative AI, which can generate new content such as text, images, audio, and more. Generative models use specific algorithms to process natural language and convert it into logic that is then fed to artificial intelligence. These models are also known as extensive language models (LLM).
ChatGPT is one of the most popular AI generative chatbots right now. It is based on the GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) architecture that feeds a large amount of text data to help the AI learn the nuances of human language. Users can ask ChatGPT any question (as long as it covers a topic before 2021) and receive an answer selected based on the details of their query.
Google Bard is another generative AI chatbot that builds on Google’s next-generation language and conversation capabilities powered by its Language Model for Dialog Applications (LaMDA). It can generate multiple versions of responses even from similar prompts or questions. Users can ask Bard to generate a new response if they want to see different versions.
ChatSonic is another conversational chatbot that uses technologies such as GPT-4, Stable Broadcasting, DALL-E Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Machine Learning (ML). Unlike ChatGPT, ChatSonic can generate up-to-date information with “Include latest data from Google” option.
Erniebot stands for Enhanced Representation Through Knowledge Integration developed by Baidu in China. Ernie offers multimodal capabilities where users can interact with text and images in both prompts and responses.
The culmination, AI generative chatbots have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their ability to generate new content. ChatGPT, Google Bard, ChatSonic and Erniebot are some of the most popular AI chatbots that use generative models. It is widely suggested that, these chatbots should be used for creative collaborations or generating captions for photos and not as a replacement for human interaction. The potential for AI is vast, and we can expect more exciting developments in the future.