AI Chatbots to Try in 2024
Brace yourselves, tech enthusiasts! The world of chatbots is poised for a major shakeup in 2024, with established players and innovative newcomers vying for your attention.
From Artificial Intelligence (AI) companions who somewhat understand your emotions to bots that revolutionize coding, here are the rising stars you need to know:
Gemini (formerly Bard): Google’s revamped chatbot, now with a dedicated app and the powerful “Ultra 1.0” model, promises to deliver in-depth, context-aware conversations.
Gemini is the best way to directly access Google AI. It is trained on large amounts of publicly available data and can communicate and generate human-like text in response to a wide range of questions.
ChatGPT: is a large language model chatbot developed by OpenAI. It stands for “Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer” and uses deep learning techniques to generate realistic and coherent chat conversations. Here are some key points about ChatGPT:
ChatGPT can hold conversations on a wide range of topics, adapting its responses to the context of the conversation. It can generate different creative text formats, like poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, etc.
Also, it can answer your questions in an informative way, even if they are open ended, challenging, or strange. In addition, it can translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way.
Currently, there are two main versions of ChatGPT available: the free version and the paid version. The free version offers limited access to the model’s capabilities, while the paid version provides more features and a higher quality of generated text.
OpenAI is also expected to release ChatGPT-4 later in 2024, which is expected to offer significant improvements over the previous versions.
Meta Llama 2: This open-source, privacy-focused bot offers transparency and customization, appealing to developers and users alike.
Meta Llama is a series of large language models (LLMs) trained on a massive dataset of text and code.
Each version of the model improves upon the previous one, with the most recent model being Llama 2. These models are designed to be used for a variety of tasks, including text generation, translation, and code completion.