Tech giants like Google and Microsoft released their own AI chatbots after OpenAI made the ChatGPT AI chatbot available to the general public. While Microsoft added ChatGPT-like technology to its Bing search engine, Google unveiled Bard. In fact, start-ups and developers are also attempting to create a similar AI chatbot that is currently gaining popularity, in addition to the major IT companies. Gita GPT is one of the many such chatbots, and it was created by a Google software engineer based in Bengaluru.
Gita GPT was developed by Sukuru Sai Vineet and is based on the Bhagavad Gita. Vineet was fast to embrace AI and develop the Chat GPT-like program,which provides all responses in accordance with the Bhagavad Gita. The GPT-3 platform, which derives solutions to your life’s problems directly from the Bhagavad Gita, powers the Gita GPT AI chatbot.
Users can essentially “consult the Gita” on the app regarding their everyday issues. Users can ask queries on the platform, and an AI chatbot will respond by consulting the Bhagavad Gita.
The “revolutionary chatbot” Gita GPT claims to be powered by OpenAI’s GPT-3. The platform contains the phrase, “With Gita GPT, you may easily and interactively get insight and clarity on your life’s decisions.” This also implies that the chatbot mostly provides solutions to difficulties encountered in daily life. But if you ask it a question about Bill Gates or Elon Musk, the platform might find it difficult to respond.
On the other hand, the Chinese e-commerce platform told CNBC that it is working on a rival to ChatGPT. The company spokesperson said Alibaba is working on a ChatGPT-style of technology, which is currently in testing. The company didn’t reveal any timeline for the release.