The author compares the features of Microsoft Copilot, Google Bard, and ChatGPT. While all three tools remain under constant development, the author gives individuals and businesses a head start in deciding which to use.
A new article by eMazzanti Technologies explores the benefits and limitations of some of the most popular generative AI tools available – “Generative AI Face-off: Microsoft Copilot vs. ChatGPT vs. Google Bard”. The author compares the features of Microsoft Copilot, Google Bard, and ChatGPT. While all three tools remain under constant development, the author gives individuals and businesses a head start in deciding which to use.
For instance, Microsoft users will love the seamless integration between Copilot and Microsoft applications. Google users benefit from Bard’s ability to pull information from Google tools. And ChatGPT generates engaging, realistic conversations and creative content.
However, the author warns that the tools come with inherent limitations, as well. For example, all three sometimes deliver questionable accuracy, requiring human oversight. Additionally, Google Bard and ChatGPT currently offer less robust coding assistance than Copilot.
“Generative AI has the potential to revolutionise productivity and innovation, and the big players in the AI space constantly offer new capabilities,” said Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “AI is here to stay, and proactive business leaders will do their homework to leverage these tools safely and creatively.”
Below are a few highlights from the article,
Feature-rich Microsoft Copilot Delivers Seamless Integration
“Microsoft 365 Copilot works seamlessly within Microsoft applications. It includes the ability to pull data from across the Microsoft 365 suite. For example, it could create a list of pros and cons for a specific topic based on information in recent emails, meeting minutes, and chats.”
Google Bard Gaining Speed
“Bard does a good job of providing clear, informative answers, though it does not currently cite sources. It presents information in an easy-to-understand format, such as creating a table to compare features of similar products.”
ChatGPT: Engaging and Creative
“An early leader in the generative AI space, ChatGPT continues to shine as a conversational agent and a creative assistant. Users can access both a free version and a subscription version either through the OpenAI website or through a mobile app on iOS or Android.”
Enhance Business Operations with Generative AI…But Use Caution
Organisations should learn the risks before fully embracing AI. For instance, the content generated through AI may prove inaccurate or biassed, potentially contributing to data compliance issues. And the use of AI opens yet another doorway for threat actors to exploit. Partnering with a technology expert, companies carefully choose the best AI use cases to support business goals.
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