The next online revolution has started. It is gathering pace breakneck speed. It began November the 30th when the tech company OpenAI released its ChatGPT chatbot. This is a search box you can have a conversation with. It can provide the answer to pretty much any request you make, perfect grammar. Should you require a 300-word text a movie star written in the style Shakespeare, you will get it. ChatGPT has spread like wildfire social media. Analysts have dubbed it a game changer. Hot the heels of ChatGPT comes Google's Bard chatbot. This was launched February the 6th. A Google-Microsoft battle supremacy over the future online search is now unfolding.
There are countless questions regarding how chatbots will shake the Internet and our world. Educators are worrying "the end homework" as bots can instantly provide convincing essays and answers to a grade-A standard. Workers are concerned the bots are a genuine threat to all manner jobs. On the day Microsoft added ChatGPT to its Bing search engine, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stated: "It's a new day search." Google allayed people's fears the emergence and possible threats of chatbots. It said: "AI can deepen our understanding information and turn it useful knowledge more efficiently - making it easier people to get to the heart of what they're looking and get things done."