Occasionally, when I don’t know exactly what to search for, I have found it somewhat useful to describe a problem to Bing and see what topics it searches for as it assembles its answer. But decades of experience with search engines means I don’t usually need a bot to tell me what to search for.
Alex Wawro came to an unsurprising conclusion in “I ditched Google for Bing with ChatGPT for a month.”
Sometimes the AI-like chatbot gives surprisingly useful or insightful responses, but more often than not (at least in my experience) it adds nothing of value to Bing. Occasionally it even detracts in significant ways, providing false or misleading answers in a way that a more straightforward search engine will not. —Tom’s Guide
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ChatGPT took their jobs. Now they walk dogs and fix air conditioners.
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