Top 5 Free Text AI Tools I Use Everyday

As ChatGPT gains popularity, more and more users are looking for free alternatives that offer similar generative capabilities for text.

Here are my Top 5 Free AI chat tools and services you need to try. Yes, the list includes ChatGPT.

1. ChatGPT by OpenAI

ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI. It is a conversational agent that can engage in dialogue, answer questions, and generate human-like text. ChatGPT is based on a large language model, enabling users to refine and steer a conversation towards a desired length, format, style, level of detail, and language. It is available for free public usage and also as a paid subscription service called ChatGPT Plus, which offers access to a GPT-4-powered version of ChatGPT. The model has been trained to follow instructions in a prompt and provide detailed responses. It is designed to be user-friendly and can be accessed through its website and a mobile app. ChatGPT has gained significant popularity and has been used by millions of users for various purposes, including creative writing, Q&A, coding, and more.

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ChatGPT
[2] https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt
[3] https://chat.openai.com
[4] https://openai.com/chatgpt
[5] https://www.zdnet.com/article/how-to-use-the-new-bing-and-how-its-different-from-chatgpt/

2. Claude by Anthropic

Claude is a next-generation AI assistant developed by Anthropic, a company focused on creating reliable, interpretable, and steerable AI systems. Claude is designed to handle a wide variety of conversational and text processing tasks, including summarization, search, creative and collaborative writing, Q&A, coding, and more. Claude is available in certain regions and is being offered to a limited set of customers and researchers. The latest version, Claude 2, is known for its improved performance, longer responses, and the ability to handle up to 100K tokens per prompt. It is designed to be safer than competing models and has a focus on AI safety.

[1] https://www.anthropic.com/news/introducing-claude
[2] https://www.anthropic.com/app-unavailable-in-region?utm_source=country
[3] https://tech.co/news/what-is-claude-ai-anthropic
[4] https://www.anthropic.com/news/claude-2

3. Bing Copilot by Microsoft

Microsoft Copilot is an AI-powered chatbot and search tool that was formerly known as Bing Chat. Copilot is designed to provide a conversational experience for search and can perform various tasks such as answering questions, generating text, creating images, and writing code. It is built on the GPT-4 language model and is available for use in Microsoft Edge and Chrome browsers on Windows and Mac OS. The chatbot is also available for use in the Microsoft Edge app on mobile devices. Copilot is positioned as the future of Microsoft’s AI efforts, and it is being gradually integrated into various Microsoft software and services.

[1] https://www.zdnet.com/article/how-to-use-the-new-bing-and-how-its-different-from-chatgpt/
[2] https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/bing?ep=140&es=31&form=MA13FV
[3] https://www.theverge.com/2024/2/7/24064440/microsoft-super-bowl-ad-ai-copilot
[4] https://apps.apple.com/sg/app/bing-chat-with-ai-gpt-4/id345323231
[5] https://copilot.microsoft.com

4. Perplexity AI

Perplexity AI is a conversational search engine that provides answers using natural language predictive text. It was founded in August 2022 and is known for its ability to generate answers using sources from the web and cite links within the text response. The free product uses the Perplexity model based on OpenAI’s GPT-3.5, while the paid product, Perplexity Pro, has access to GPT-4, Claude 2, Gemini Pro, and an Experimental Perplexity Model.

5. Gemini by Google

Gemini is a chatbot and AI assistant developed by Google. It is designed to help users with various tasks such as writing, planning, learning, and more. Gemini is conversational, multimodal, and can assist with tasks like creating custom images, writing social posts, and even coding. It is available as a mobile app on Android and iOS, and it can be accessed through the Google app or Google Assistant. Gemini is built on a large language model that excels at understanding and generating language, and it can be used for text and code generation, summarization, question answering, and classification.

[1] https://gemini.google.com
[2] https://blog.google/products/gemini/bard-gemini-advanced-app/
[3] https://cloud.google.com/vertex-ai/docs/generative-ai/multimodal/send-chat-prompts-gemini
[4] https://www.reddit.com/r/ChatGPT/comments/1ap65u7/even_the_free_version_of_the_new_google_gemini/
[5] https://youtube.com/watch?v=3aXVPGZFB2U