Chatbots used to be a thing back in the 90s, but today? They are quite a different thing, with many users curious to try them out and see what they can ask and what answers they get. So let's take a look at all the best AI chatbots in 2023 and what possible alternatives one has.
So let's take a look at all the other chatbots out there so we can see which one might suit your needs best.
The best AI chatbots in 2023 and all the alternatives
We have a list of all the AI chatbots which we think you should try and what possible uses you can get out of them.
Bing really seems to be the most efficient chatbot out there, so far. One great limit to the other chatbots is that they can't give the user updated information, which Bing solves by having access to the internet and citing sources for all the information it provides. So it is great for students and researchers.
The original chatbot is still one of the most interesting. You don't need to join any waiting list to use it, just sign up and you're ready to go. You might want to pay for the premium service, but you don't really need to in order to take advantage of the service.
ChatGPT works pretty fine, but it can't answer questions with updated info and you may run into several technical issues such as the internal server error, network error, or error code 1020, while using the chatbot.
As opposed to the others we've seen, Jasper is a paid service. It is mostly useful if you're looking for a chatbot which can summarize texts and generate paragraphs and product descriptions. Definitely useful for marketers or people needing specific information.
It also checks for plagiarism and grammar, but it starts at 24$ a month so you might want to use it only if you're looking for that specific service.
Probably the best free alternative to ChatGPT, YouChat is also connected to Google which means it is able to give you updated answers. At least, most of the time, as it is still in beta and it has some issues here and there.
But it is still a free service and can also cite sources for you, so it can be used to write papers. On the other hand, it has probably the worst UI out of all the ones we have seen so far.
Know as ChatGPT killer, Google Bard is one chatbot which doesn't use the ChatGPT language model, but instead one specifically created by Google. Clearly, this means that it also comes with a "google it" feature built-in which can help with having updated information in the answers.
While Bard generates text quickly and in a clear manner, it does not cite sources (so it is not much help for students), but it can be used to write a resume or a quick essay for sure. Oh, and it's free!
And that covers the best AI chatbots in 2023. Since you are here, have a look at the Google Bard vs ChatGPT comparison.