From Mashable: 5 ChatGPT Alternatives to Try
1. Microsoft’s AI-powered Bing
This one might be a bit tougher to actually make use of, considering you need to get approval to use Microsoft’s AI-powered Bing tool. Thankfully, we’ve got a primer on how you might be able to jump the waiting list.
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Just be warned, if you do eventually get access, the AI-powered Bing has apparently developed a habit of delivering strange, creepy answers.
2. Google’s Bard
Again, this one might be a bit difficult to actually access. It’ll likely involve a waitlist. Right now the only people who’ve gotten access to Bard are certain testers and, so far, it’s apparently been underwhelming in its performance. Still, that’s one to keep an eye on, once full access is given to the public.
Jasper is more focused on business(Opens in a new tab) uses than something like ChatGPT, but it is an option. It’ll cost money, but it promises to be an AI copywriter that’ll improve blogs, ad material, and social copy.
Sure, it’s not as sleek as ChatGPT, but YouChat has a slimmed down version(Opens in a new tab) of what ChatGPT does. Here’s a song I had it write about chicken wings, in the style of the Beatles, for instance. It responded to the prompt pretty much just how ChatGPT probably would.
ChatSonic will cost you a subscription fee,(Opens in a new tab) but it is designed to be a chatbot just like ChatGPT. In fact, its site markets the tool as a better version of ChatGPT. You can get a free trial(Opens in a new tab), but after that it’ll cost about $13 bucks per month.