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The Companies Trying to Get Ahead of OpenAI

The Companies Trying to Get Ahead of OpenAI

If any modern technology is the talking point of the business world, it’s undoubtedly AI. In terms of public perception, artificial intelligence has gone from a science fiction concept to a fact of life within a very short span of time, and OpenAI’s ChatGPT is the frontrunner in terms of AI platforms. This isn’t even just for businesses either, with the public also getting on board to see what they can do with this technology.

Whenever something popular is launched, though, there are inevitably going to be companies that are looking to capitalize on that success. This is no different, and taking a look at some of the other companies hoping to get ahead can give you a better sense of the landscape.


Perhaps most notable of all, Google’s AI offering of Bard is the platform that is seemingly most frequently compared to ChatGPT. While other platforms might make themselves stand out through the different types of content that they can generate, Bard seeks to finesse what was already made possible through its rival platform. You don’t have to go far online in order to see debates around ChatGPT vs. Google’s Bard, but even when the aims are so similar, the differences that they do have are enough to lead people one way or the other.


When it comes to IBM, it might not be fair to say that it’s trying to get ahead of OpenAI, given how much is attributed towards it when it comes to the development of machine learning. However, when compared with how much buzz IBM created in prior years with its research into the field of artificial intelligence, the sensation around ChatGPT has been on another level – something that has been noted and covered by various publications around the world.

What does this mean for IBM? It’s hard to say whether it will change gears in order to redirect its attention, or if it will jump on the same bandwagon that Google, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon have found themselves on after OpenAI’s runaway success.


Microsoft is a company that’s large enough to look to get into as many different profitable avenues as possible, so it should be no surprise that it’s doing so. From cloud technology to artificial intelligence, this is a business that can afford to spread itself over different areas. The AI effort of Microsoft goes towards Bing Chat, an extension of the search engine that looks to use those browser capabilities in order to create an alternative to ChatGPT. This constant connection to the internet is supposedly what helps this variation to stand out, by ensuring that the content created is as up-to-date and accurate as it can possibly be.

Still, the differences that help different platforms to stand out might be a way for companies to cut ahead of ChatGPT in some ways, but those steps forward might often require some sacrifices and some compromises in order to make that happen – meaning it’s never necessarily easy to pick out a clear winner.

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