A study conducted by McKinsey found that workers spend 19% of their time searching for and gathering information, and this is an entire day of the workweek.
Another study conducted by IDC study states, “data professionals are losing 50% of their time every week” — 30% searching for, governing, and preparing data plus 20% duplicating work.
To overcome these challenges, the AI-powered platform Gems answers all your questions based on information from all your favorite tools like Notion, Gmail, Slack, etc.
It is trusted by some of the world’s best organizations like Morgan Stanley, The New York Times, Mckinsey&Company, Credit Suisse, Gartner, Harvard University, etc.
It is an AI-powered assistant that will provide complete, synthesized, and ready-to-use answers based on your app’s information. The answer will also contain sources to dig deeper.
On top of this, you can easily share the information found on this platform with your friends, colleagues, teammates, etc. The product is in the beta stage and available at Gems.
AI-Driven Microsoft Bing and Startup You.com Threaten Google’s Search Dominance
According to the latest report from the New York Times, Google competitors such as the AI-powered Microsoft Bing are rapidly becoming a serious threat to Google’s search industry in 25 years.
As users seek more efficient search options, new AI features in Microsoft Bing and startup You.com have begun to challenge Google’s Search dominance.
According to Richard Socher, CEO of You.com, Google Search alternatives now provide users with a more personalized search experience. He went on to say that SEO-driven low-quality content has reduced the value of search results.
Generative AI, such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and huge language models, are now posing new challenges to Google Search.
The New York Times article further stated Electronics giant Samsung Electronics was considering replacing Google as the default search engine on its devices with Microsoft’s Bing.
Google plans to launch a new AI-powered search engine next month, with further capabilities following in the fall. The new functionalities will initially be available to a limit of one million customers in the United States.
To overcome these rapidly growing AI-powered search engines, Google is racing to build an entirely new search engine powered by technology.
Have you tried ChatGPT yet? This necessitates you to ask productive questions till you receive a solution or answer. So why not let the application generate the question itself? If you don’t want to feed the question loop into ChatGPT, you should try Auto-GPT.
Auto-GPT can do more sophisticated, multi-step tasks than existing LLM-powered programs since it generates its own prompts and feeds them back to itself, forming a loop until the task in question is completed.
Toran Bruce Richards designed the open-source application Auto-GPT. Richards created Auto-GPT to overcome the limitations of traditional AI, which require long-term planning and are incapable of autonomously refining their approaches based on real-time feedback.
According to its GitHub website, Auto-GPT searches and gathers information from the internet using GPT-4 to generate text and code and GPT-3.5 to store and summarise data.
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