‘Gita GPT’ inspired by Bhagavad Gita has come, if there is tension in life it will tell the solution

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After OpenAI introduced the ChatGPT AI chatbot, technology companies such as Microsoft and Google also introduced their own AI chatbots. Google introduced Bard while Microsoft incorporated ChatGPT-like technology into its Bing search engine. But you would be surprised to know that it is not only the big tech companies but there are also many startups and developers who are trying to develop similar AI chatbots which are currently catching everyone’s attention. One such chatbot is “Gita GPT”, which was developed by a Google software engineer in Bengaluru.

It will answer all questions written in Bhagavad Gita
Produced by Sukuru Sai Vineeth, Gita GPT is inspired by the Bhagavad Gita. Vineet has created a tool like Chat GPT that answers all questions written in Bhagavad Gita. Gita GPT runs on AI Chatbot GPT-3, which generates answers to your life issues directly from the Bhagavad Gita. The platform allows users to ‘consult Geeta’ regarding their daily problems. The platform allows users to ask questions, which the AI ​​chatbot answers by consulting the Bhagavad Gita.

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The chatbot will only answer life’s problems
Powered by OpenAI’s GPT-3, Gita GPT bills itself as a “revolutionary chatbot”. “With Gita GPT, you can gain insight and clarity into your life decisions in an easy and interactive way,” according to a message on the platform. Well, it also means that the chatbot answers most of life’s problems and tells us how to solve them. But if you ask about Elon Musk or Bill Gates, the platform may struggle to answer your questions.

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Google lost $100 billion due to a chatbot bug
A few days after ChatGPT gained so much popularity, Google and Microsoft announced the launch of their own AI chatbots. Earlier this week, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the AI ​​chatbot Bard, which he said would be available in the coming days. However, during its first public offering, Bard made a factual mistake, and the mistake cost the company nearly $100 billion. Meanwhile, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that a new Bing search engine dubbed Chat integrated with ChatGPT-like features would give tough competition to Google’s AI Chobot Bard. The new Bing is only available to a limited number of users and other users have been placed on a waiting list.

Alibaba also offers an AI chatbot
On the other hand, Chinese e-commerce platform Alibaba told CNBC that it is working on a competitor to ChatGPT. A company spokesperson said that Alibaba is working on ChatGPT-style technology, which is currently in the testing phase. The company has not provided any release timeline.


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