Microsoft’s Copilot is a significant language model chatbot that was previously known as Bing AI. It is currently available on the Bing search engine and Bing app and can answer various user questions, generate text, write emails, and more. In addition to providing standard responses, Copilot also demonstrates its adaptability by carrying out specific tasks like scheduling appointments, organizing travel plans, and facilitating online shopping. Other creative text formats include poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, and letters.
Grok, an AI chatbot created by Elon Musk’s xAI, stands out by answering bold and unconventional questions that other AI systems typically reject. Elon Musk emphasizes that Grok responds with wit and humor. Grok is notable for its ability to facilitate branched conversations, in which users can switch topics. Additionally, Grok gives users the unique ability to alter any portion of the output as if it were the initial response. Grok, in contrast to the majority of AI chatbots that make use of OpenAI’s GPT, is built on xAI’s Grok-1 proprietary LLM. The company claims that Grok-1 has a touch of humor and performs better than GPT-3.5 and similar AI models.
Ernie, an abbreviation for Upgraded Portrayal through Information Joining, is a conversational computer based intelligence chatbot made by the Chinese firm Baidu, filling in as China’s identical to OpenAI’s ChatGPT. It is based on the Ernie 3.0-Totan proprietary in-house Large Model (LLM) and Pre-trained Dialogue Generation Model (PLATO) of Baidu. With its multi-modal capabilities, Ernie lets users interact with the AI service through prompts and responses that include both text and images.