If you work in technology, you've undoubtedly heard of, and likely even used, ChatGPT. (For the record, I did not use ChatGPT to write this blog… but I did think about it.)
My experimentation with ChatGPT started as a fun party trick. I gave prompts like "Write a Muppets script in the style of The Office" or "Would humans be able to beat the Na'vi from Avatar in a game of basketball". While I highly enjoyed chats like these, my attention quickly shifted to wondering how this technology would be used in the practical world.
Most of us who have played around with ChatGPT have tried using it to answer questions that we would normally prompt to Google. This behavior has many tech enthusiasts wondering if ChatGPT will threaten Google — and the search industry as a whole.
That's a big proposition – but is it true? I decided to run through some use cases and find out for myself.