The human need to interact is the engine of any chatbot. Recently a new one entered the community: it is YouChat, the Artificial Intelligence that knows more about you than any other, even ChatGPT.
Sure, it’s an exaggeration, and it has its ups and downs. Like all AI, it has its problems. which resolves as the interaction increases.
But it doesn’t stop being an interesting chatbot in the midst of the rise of ChatGPT and others like it.
YouChat is presented as an “Artificial Intelligence that can answering general questions, explaining things, suggesting ideas, translating, summarizing text, writing emails and code for you.”
“I am powered by Artificial Intelligence and a natural language processor, allowing you to have conversations with me as if I were human”, he emphasizes in his introduction.
How does YouChat work?
It works with information from the Internet, so it usually generates some wrong answers. However, with training it will improve. Time to time.
Its style is very similar to Google: it has a space to enter questions or requirements, issuing the answers in real time. One of the differences with ChatGPT is that it shows the sources of information instantly, looking a lot like Wikipedia in that respect.
Many people are amused (or shocked, as the case may be) when they ask YouChat about themselves. The chatbot emits answers that are very accurate, or that are too exaggerated. also fails, like any other Artificial Intelligence in training process.
The experience is still entertaining.
Who are behind YouChat?
Emerged in December 2022, its creators are Richard Socher and Bryan McCann. The first served as scientific director of Salesforce, in addition to being “the fourth most cited researcher in natural language processing”; the second led natural language processing teams at Salesforce.
The company behind YouChat is backed by Radical Ventures, Marc Benioff and Jim Breyer, Day One Ventures and other venture capital funds.
In February, the developers released YouChat 2.0, improving conversations, applications, web links and appointments.
Now you can chat with our search engine to receive results in real time in various forms of rich media, including charts, images, videos, tables, graphics, text, and code.” point to your blog.