This AI reveals what people think of you and the answers can get you excited

This AI reveals what people think of you and the answers can get you excited

In addition to Microsoft and Google, other Artificial Intelligence browsers are trying to build on the success of ChatGPT with interesting features that we haven’t seen on other sites.

 AI reveals what people think of you

It is undeniable that ChatGPT has been a revolution. After years of Google dominance, the web search engine market may change with the arrival of ‘chatbots’; It is no longer enough to display a list of results AI should explain concepts and help us with complex tasks.

While Google Bard and the new Bing with AI make their stumbles, it is the ideal time for competitors based on this technology to arrive. We’ve already talked about one of them, Neeva, and now it’s up to, which she claims to be “an AI search engine that you control.”

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The AI that knows who you are

The big thing that sets apart from other AI search engines is in the name: it claims to be designed “for you”, and no one else. To achieve this, its system is capable of displaying results adapted to our preferences and tastes; In that sense, it is similar to Google since it is capable of showing everything from movies that might interest us to nearby news. It also highlights the compatibility with more than 150 apps, among which are Amazon, Microsoft Docs, and Adobe Stock, which allow us to connect our account and, among other things, search our documents or images.

But the part that is receiving the most attention lately is, without a doubt, the ‘chatbot’ launched last December and is accessible through a tab within the search. It works similarly to ChatGPT in the sense that it is capable of interpreting the sentences we write to solve what we want, presenting us with results and solutions to our problems.

AI reveals what people think of you

Like the search engine, the chatbot claims to be more ‘personal’, and this translates into a function that is capable of “analyzing” a person and showing not only who they are, but also how they are seen by the public. Indeed, this AI promises to be able to tell you if you are being criticized or praised and why.

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I ask an AI what it thinks of me

In my tests, I asked the chatbot to tell me who @adrian_cal_raya is, using my Twitter account (I’ll explain why later). And the truth is that he managed to surprise me, for better and worse.

AI reveals what people think of you

The AI said that I was a technology journalist based in Madrid, Spain. He said that I was the founder and publisher of The Free Android, but unfortunately only one of those things is correct; Although I was present in the first years of this page (and of our sister Omicrono), I was not part of its foundation. Perhaps the AI came to that conclusion by finding articles signed by me from a long time ago on the page.

Most disappointing was when I asked the AI what people think of me. He said that people “appreciate his expertise in technology and his ability to provide in-depth explanations and discussions in a wide-ranging way” and that’s where he cuts off. wide what? Am I so inconsequential that it is not worth saying more?

AI reveals what people think of you

Frustrated, I specifically asked what people think of my work; there he elaborated further, stating that I am known for “providing accurate and informative content backed by research and evidence.” According to the AI, people also appreciate my “willingness to discuss difficult topics” and my apparent “commitment to the truth.” Lastly, he thinks my writing style is “engaging and entertaining”.

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A little embarrassed, I decided that I couldn’t just take the good stuff and asked the AI what people don’t like about me, preparing myself for the worst. Interestingly, he wasn’t too bad, stating that “some find his tendency to be overly opinionated off-putting” and that my views “are often controversial.” Perhaps to not do too much damage the AI repeated the good points from before.

AI reveals what people think of you

That this AI still has a lot of work to do is evident. He makes mistakes, and it’s not really clear where he draws some conclusions from the praise and criticism that seem somewhat artificial as if they were typical of all journalists. He also has difficulty distinguishing between people; when I used my real name he mistook me for a Mexican player, and his response mixed up our lives.

Despite everything, it is a curious tool that you can use for free just by creating an account at

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