Say Bye-bye to ChatGPT: AI Tools as Good as ChatGPT

Say Bye-bye to ChatGPT: AI Tools as Good as ChatGPT

In the past few months, Open AI’s ChatGPT has got a lot of users because it’s so good at writing emails, blogs, code, and more. However, other AI tools use the model behind Open AI’s ChatGPT to go beyond what ChatGPT can do.

In this article, We will share with you a list of AI tools that we believe these AI tools are better than ChatGPT because they offers extra features, can be customized them, and are builts for specific use cases using GPT-3.5/GPT-4.

Here are 4 AI tools better than ChatGPT.

1. Auto-GPT

Imagine you could automate ChatGPT so that it can self-prompt until it reaches the goals you set.

Sounds cool, right? Well, now you can do that with Auto-GPT.

With Auto-GPT, you can build autonomous AI agents that can complete tasks for you using GPT-4. It only needs a role and a few goals to self-produce every prompt necessary to complete a task.

You can install Auto-GPT locally on your computer if you have some coding experience, or you can use AgentGPT in your browser to create autonomous AI agents, as shown below.

Agent GPT

There are many things Auto-GPT can do that ChatGPT can’t. With AutoGPT, you can search the internet, gather information, interact with files, etc.

Here’s an AI agent created by a Twitter user.

Read this article to know more about all the cool things you can do with Auto-GPT and its limitations.

Link: AutoGPT, AgentGPT

2. Playground

Currently, ChatGPT only allows us to choose the model we wish to use (GPT-3.5/GPT-4), but what if we want to customize ChatGPT’s responses further?

Well, we can use OpenAI Playground. Playground allows users to experiment with and explore the capabilities of various AI models developed by OpenAI.

Unlike ChatGPT, on Playground, you’ll find the following parameters to help you further control OpenAI’s models.

Playgrounds Parameters

Here's the meaning of these parameters:

  • Temperature: The sampling temperature to use. Values closed to 1 will give the model more risk/creativity, while values close to 0 will generate well-defined answers.
  • max_token: The maximum number of tokens to generate (up to 2,048 and 4,000 tokens shared between prompt and completion)
  • Top p: Controls diversity via nucleus sampling
  • Frequency penalty: How much to penalize the new tokens, which is based on their existing frequency in the text so far?
  • Presence penalty: How much to penalize the new tokens which based on whether they appear in the text so far

If you’d like to learn more about Playground, watch this YouTube tutorial.

Another way to control the parameters above is with the ChatGPT API; however, you will need some coding experience. Here’s a guide on how to use the ChatGPT API.

Link: OpenAI Playground

3. Jasper

Jasper is an AI tool that can help you create content for social media, advertising, blog posts, emails, websites, etc.

But can’t you do that with ChatGPT for free?

You could, but Jasper it’s built for business use cases like marketing, sales, and more. Unlike ChatGPT, which has a generic use, Jasper tailors the language to specific use cases. This is why Jasper’s output will be more relevant to businesses and customers.

With Jasper, you can write copy & content, generate content quickly, brainstorm new ideas, and write better everywhere!

Here are some templates you’ll find on Jasper.

Jasper Templates

I use Jasper to spark new ideas, write better blog plots, and create scripts for my YouTube videos.

Link: Jasper

4. Quillbot

Whenever I write blog posts or emails, there’s a tool that I use more than ChatGPT to improve my sentences — Quillbot. This tool is a paraphraser that lets you rewrite any phrase you took from the internet. You only have to copy and paste your text and decide how much vocabulary change you want.

Quillbot paraphraser

Quillbot has different modes to paraphrase your text: fluency, formal, sample, creative, expand, and shorter.

One of my favorite modes is fluency. In the example below, I gave QuillBot a text generated with ChatGPT on the impact of AI in the world. The result? QuillBot rephrased some sentences and improved fluency.


In the text paraphrased by Quillbot, you can adjust how much vocabulary change you want and manually select a synonym for any word you want.
Other features Quillbot has: freeze words, grammar checker, plagiarism checker, summarizer, and citation generator. To learn more about using this and other AI tools to improve your writing, check this article.

Link: Quillbot.

That’s it! Do you know any other AI tool you think is better than ChatGPT in a specific area? Share it in the comment section!

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