China’s Ernie AI chatbot, developed by Baidu, may be better than ChatGPT as Baidu has announced that Ernie has surpassed ChatGPT in multiple key metrics.
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Baidu, the leading search engine provider in China, announced that its latest version of the Ernie AI model, Ernie 3.5, has surpassed the widely popular OpenAI chatbot, ChatGPT, in multiple key metrics. Baidu made this statement on Tuesday, highlighting Ernie 3.5’s superior comprehensive ability scores compared to ChatGPT and its outperformance in several Chinese capabilities compared to GPT-4.
To substantiate their claims, Baidu referred to a test conducted by the state newspaper China Science Daily, which utilised datasets including AGIEval and C-Eval. These benchmarks are commonly used to evaluate the performance of AI models. OpenAI has not yet responded to Baidu’s announcement.
The introduction of ChatGPT sparked a global AI buzz that has now reached China, leading to a flurry of domestic companies announcing their own competitive products. Baidu was the first major Chinese tech company to unveil an AI product to rival ChatGPT, introducing its language AI Ernie Bot in March. Built on Baidu’s previous Ernie 3.0 AI model, Ernie Bot has been undergoing invite-only tests for the past three months.
A Business Insider report also states that companies on LinkedIn are willing to pay up to Rs 1.5 crore as a salary to individuals with ChatGPT expertise.
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