Google DeepMind released the AlphaZero chess program in 2017.
Simply by playing chess with himself, he quickly gained superhuman strength. It stunned the world by defeating the formidable Stockfish chess machine in a romantic style not seen since the 1850s. Since then, the world of artificial intelligence has come a long way.
This year, OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot took the world by storm. The ways it can be used are mostly limited by your imagination – and it has made it easy for anyone to build websites, computer games, and even businesses.
The valuations of AI-connected companies have skyrocketed: Nvidia has become a $1 trillion company, and Microsoft stock is at an all-time high and Australian companies are getting into action.
Independent car assessment platform Chasing Cars is one of them – and today is launching a revolutionary tool powered by OpenAI technology for the first time in Australia.
It’s an innovative way to leverage OpenAI technology to take advantage of the extensive library of articles, reviews and videos published by Chasing Cars. ChasingCarsGPT is a new service powered by OpenAI technology. Image: Supply
The Australian company is betting that ChasingCarsGPT will become an indispensable asset for shoppers, giving them quick and accurate answers to questions about their out-of-stock vehicle. I had the opportunity to experience the beta version of the technology before it went public.
So how does it work? Simply visit the ChasingCarsGPT website at www.chasingcars.com.au/chat and ask the bot your question.
“What is the best mid-size SUV on the Australian market?”
- The answer is – Toyota RAV4. This gives me a complete breakdown of sales figures for 2021 and 2022 – plus three different links to compare the best midsize SUVs in Australia.
You could also be more specific, such as “what’s the best midsize SUV for under $60,000?” (there are plenty of great options like the Mazda CX-5, Mitsubishi Outlander, Hyundai Tucson and Subaru Forester).
If you’re looking for specific information about a car, ChasingCarsGPT better than a regular Google search because the answers are specific to auto enthusiasts and new car buyers. You can get all kinds of information about different brands, models, features, etc.
You can also access the tool via the links on the ChasingCars.com.au website.
Chasing Cars says the tool will be in beta testing for a while – and it asks users to test it out and provide feedback so they can improve it. Personally, I think it’s great to see Australian companies jumping into the AI hype race.
Originally published as Chasing Cars releases ChasingCarsGPT powered by OpenAI