After OpenAI released the ChatGPT AI chatbot to the public, tech companies such as Microsoft and Google unveiled their own AI chatbots. Google launched Bard, and Microsoft integrated ChatGPT-like technology into its Bing search engine. Not only are big tech companies interested in developing a similar AI chatbot that’s gaining traction right now, but so are start-ups and developers. Gita GPT, developed by a Bengaluru-based Google software engineer, is one of many such chatbots.
Gita GPT was created by Sukuru Sai Vineet and is based on the Bhagvad Gita. Vineet was quick to jump on the AI bandwagon, developing the Chat GPT-like tool that answers all queries according to the Bhagvad Gita. GPT-3, which generates answers to your life issues directly from the Bhagavad Gita, powers the Gita GPT AI chatbot.
The platform essentially allows users to “consult the Gita” about their daily issues. Users can use the platform to ask questions, which the AI chatbot responds to by consulting the Bhagavad Gita.
Powered by OpenAI’s GPT-3, Gita GPT touts itself as a “revolutionary chatbot”. “With Gita GPT, you can gain insight and clarity into your life’s decisions in an easy, interactive way,” the platform includes the message. Well, this also means that the chatbot mostly answers to life problems and how to solve them. But, if you ask it about Elon Musk or Bill Gates, the platform may struggle to answer your questions.
Google and Microsoft both announced the launch of their own AI chatbots just days after ChatGPT gained widespread popularity. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, announced AI chatbot Bard earlier this week, stating that it will be available in the coming days. However, during its first public demonstration, Bard made a factual error, and everyone chastised Google for it. Following the error, the company lost approximately $100 billion. Meanwhile, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella claims that the new Bing search engine, which includes a ChatGPT-like feature called “chat,” will compete with Google’s AI Chabot Bard. The new Bing is only available to a select group of users, with others placed on a waiting list.
On the other hand, the Chinese e-commerce platform told CNBC that it is working on a rival to ChatGPT. The company spokesperson said Alibaba is working on a ChatGPT-style of technology, which is currently in testing. The company didn’t reveal any timeline for the release.