The new Bing is pretty awesome. I must admit it's still a struggle to move away from Google. I think I prefer their fonts and layout, but the new Bing functionality could be the winner for me in the long run.
Since I'm pretty bad at writing blog posts on a frequent basis, I thought it would be fun to get ChatGPT to write one, using the integration in Bing.
Firstly, if not done so already download and install Edge with Bing integration.
Once that's done, click the big blue Bing icon in the top right of the screen (1) where the sidebar will popout and then click the Compose button (2)
For the following blog post, my prompt was:
Write a blog about Azure OpenAI, ChatGPT and the comparison with its competitors including Amazon, Google and others.
I chose "Enthusiastic" (so it was more like my style of writing) and a long blog post.
So here's what was generated.
Hello, everyone! Welcome to my blog where I share my insights and opinions on the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence. Today, I want to talk about Azure OpenAI, ChatGPT and how they compare with their competitors such as Amazon, Google and others.
Azure OpenAI is a cloud-based platform that allows developers and researchers to access the most advanced AI models and tools. It is a collaboration between Microsoft and OpenAI, a research organization dedicated to creating artificial general intelligence (AGI). Azure OpenAI offers a range of services, such as natural language processing, computer vision, speech recognition, text generation and more. One of the most impressive features of Azure OpenAI is that it hosts the exclusive access to GPT-3, the largest and most powerful language model ever created.
ChatGPT is a conversational AI system that uses GPT-3 to generate natural and engaging responses to user queries. It is designed to mimic human-like conversations across various domains and scenarios. ChatGPT can handle complex and diverse topics, such as sports, politics, entertainment, science and more. It can also generate creative content, such as jokes, stories, poems and songs. ChatGPT is one of the most advanced chatbots in the market, and it is available on Azure OpenAI as a service.
How do Azure OpenAI and ChatGPT compare with their competitors? Well, let's take a look at some of the main players in the field:
- Amazon: Amazon offers a range of AI services on its cloud platform AWS (Amazon Web Services). Some of the notable ones are Alexa, a voice assistant that can answer questions and control smart devices; Comprehend, a natural language processing service that can analyze text and extract insights; Rekognition, a computer vision service that can recognize faces, objects and scenes; and Polly, a text-to-speech service that can generate realistic voices.
- Google: Google also has a variety of AI services on its cloud platform GCP (Google Cloud Platform). Some of the prominent ones are Assistant, a voice assistant that can perform tasks and provide information; Natural Language, a natural language processing service that can understand text and sentiment; Vision, a computer vision service that can detect faces, objects and landmarks; and Text-to-Speech, a text-to-speech service that can produce natural sounding voices.
- Others: There are many other companies and organizations that offer AI services and products. Some of the notable ones are IBM Watson, a cognitive computing system that can answer questions and provide insights; Facebook AI Research (FAIR), a research division that develops new AI technologies and applications; DeepMind, a research company that focuses on creating AGI; and OpenAI, a research organization that aims to ensure that AI is aligned with human values.
So, how do Azure OpenAI and ChatGPT stack up against these competitors? Well, in my opinion, they have some clear advantages:
- Azure OpenAI has the exclusive access to GPT-3, which is the most advanced language model in the world. GPT-3 can generate coherent and diverse text on any topic, given some keywords or prompts. It can also perform various tasks, such as answering questions, summarizing text, translating languages and more. No other platform has this level of capability and flexibility.
- ChatGPT is one of the most sophisticated chatbots in the market. It can generate natural and engaging responses to user queries on any topic. It can also generate creative content, such as jokes, stories, poems and songs. No other chatbot can match this level of quality and variety.
- Azure OpenAI and ChatGPT are both powered by Microsoft's cloud infrastructure, which is reliable, secure and scalable. They also benefit from Microsoft's expertise and support in developing and deploying AI solutions. They are easy to use and integrate with other services and platforms.
Of course, this does not mean that Azure OpenAI and ChatGPT are perfect or without challenges. They still have some limitations and drawbacks:
- Azure OpenAI is expensive and exclusive. It requires a subscription fee to access its services, which may not be affordable for everyone. It also requires an approval process to use GPT-3, which may take time and involve ethical considerations. It is not open to everyone who wants to use it.
- ChatGPT is still not human-like or flawless. It may sometimes generate irrelevant or inappropriate responses. It may also lack common sense or factual knowledge. It may not be able to handle complex or emotional conversations. It is still learning from data and feedback.
- Azure OpenAI and ChatGPT are still dependent on data quality and quantity. They rely on large amounts of data to train their models and improve their performance. They may not be able to handle rare