In the rapidly evolving landscape of AI tools, 2023 has seen the rise of popular platforms such as ChatGPT, Bard, and the recent entrant, Gemini.
Google's release of 'Gemini' brings forth advanced capabilities in processing text, images, and audio, marking it as a significant player in the field.
Google's Gemini Pro model, according to official reports, stands out for its cutting-edge features. This AI tool processes various data types with notable efficiency, making it a prominent contender in the tech race alongside OpenAI's GPT-4.
ChatGPT vs. Gemini
Currently, only the basic version, Gemini Pro, is available to the public, offering a free counterpart similar to ChatGPT's 3.5 model.
However, ChatGPT-4 introduces a pricing model, charging $20 or approximately Rs. 1665 in Indian currency.
In terms of photo prompts, Gemini is considered a newcomer, with weaker capabilities compared to ChatGPT.
Notably, when confronted with sexual terms, Gemini refuses to answer, while ChatGPT generates a list with a user warning.
However, ChatGPT lacks transparency in providing the source of information, a concern when dealing with sensitive topics.
ChatGPT's limitation arises in answering the latest questions as it was last trained until September 2023.
In contrast, Gemini's ability to browse the web for the latest information is acknowledged, even though its accuracy may not match expectations.
ChatGPT exhibits proficiency in letter and essay writing but tends to be verbose and occasionally loses context.
Conversely, Gemini excels in concise responses, directly addressing user queries.
Notably, ChatGPT's photo features are restricted in the free version, unlike Gemini, which boasts detailed photo analysis capabilities.
Both AI tools are in a stage of growth, continuously enhancing their capabilities and introducing new features to better serve users.
As these technologies evolve, users can expect more refined and powerful functionalities from ChatGPT and Gemini shortly.