Round 2: The Search Engine ''Thrilla in Manila'': Bing ChatGPT vs. Google Bard
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Yesterday, I wrote about how the AI ChatGPT gloves were coming off for Microsoft Bing and Google, and boy was I right on the money. After I published the piece, Google announced Bard as an important next step in its AI journey. This AI search engine showdown reminds me of the much-hyped Thrilla in Manila with Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier because it was such an epic battle. These two juggernaut companies are now in a similar epic AI brawl.
According to Google's blog, Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence and creativity of our large language models. It draws on information from the web to provide fresh, high-quality responses. Bard can be an outlet for creativity, and a launchpad for curiosity, helping you to explain discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old or learn more about the best strikers in football right now, and then get drills to build your skills.
Today, Microsoft stated they are reinventing search with a new AI-powered Microsoft Bing and Edge. It will be powered by an upgraded version of ChatGPT.
Very sleek, and user-friendly, and it feels like a whole new otherworldly experience.
The Great Must Fall
Muhammad Ali was the greatest, but even the greats at some point must fall. Google has been the greatest search engine for decades, but now there's a real opportunity for Microsoft to dethrone the king. Healthy competition is great for the advancement of AI and for all consumers who now how a level playing-field choice of which search engine to use. Let the games begin!
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Keep This in Mind Before Using AI ChatGPT
AI ChatGPT is a great tool to help you streamline your business. It’s a virtual assistant right in your back pocket. But before you use the outputs of ChatGPT, be sure to do the following two things first.
According to AI ChatGPT:
Users should rephrase the results they get from ChatGPT to ensure the writing is original and not flagged for plagiarism
Since ChatGPT is based on AI, the results may not always be perfect and may lack context, so rephrasing helps to ensure that the writing better conveys the intended meaning.
The Best Rephrasing Tool
The best rephrasing tool that I’ve come across is WriteSonic. It rewrites the sentences you get from AI ChatGPT so that it is original and plagiarism-free.
Even though WriteSonic will give you 100 percent totally new content, the best way to ensure that is to once again use another tool that ensures you content will not be flagged and taken down. The best tool I’ve come across is Originality AI.
According to AI ChatGPT
Users of ChatGPT should check for plagiarism before using the results to avoid potential legal and ethical issues
ChatGPT does not work like traditional plagiarism detection software as it generates new answers each time it is run. Hence the importance of checking for plagiarism every time.
The Best AI Plagiarism Checker
If you’re a serious content creator you definitely need to put Originality AI into your writing arsenal. With the release of AI ChatGPT there is now an ever-growing need to constantly check for accuracy and authenticity. Originality AI is the only AI checker that successfully detects GPT-3 written content.
So in conclusion, always be sure to not only rephrase your outputs, but double-check to make sure it’s 100 percent plagiarism-free.
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