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🤖AI Insights: The Definitive Guide: I Used ChatGPT, Bing, Claude in My Business - Here's What Worked

Published 9 months ago • 5 min read

What will you learn?
• Which AI models should you use depending on the tasks?
• Learn the differences of Bing AI, Bard, ChatGPT, Claude AI, and Perplexity AI
• How the market of AI will change in the next three years?

Hello Reader, we will be diving deeper into different AI models today.

Many people have asked me, “Which model is the best? Chat GPT or Bard? Chat GPT or Claude?” The answer is not so simple because each model has its strengths and weaknesses and is suited for different use cases.

In this article, I will explain how to use them effectively and what to expect from each one


If you are super busy, here is the conclusion:
1). Bing AI is ideal for market analysis and competitor research and is compatible with mega prompts.
2). Claude AI is excellent for creative tasks (but no browsing functionality); and outperforms ChatGPT in creativity.
3). Chat GPT is still the best for analytics and coding; it works well with mega prompts.
4). Perplexity AI suits “advanced browsing” and market analysis.
5). Bard, is useful for Google Workspaces users; it can find documents and emails, make summaries, and do other small tasks. Not compatible with mega prompts."

1. Bing AI

Bing combines ChatGPT 4 and browsing features. You can enjoy the benefits of Chat GPT and the ability to search the web

To access it, you have to have a Microsoft account.
For Mac users: download Microsoft Edge.

It has three modes:
• Creative
• Balanced
• Precise

Creative mode is my preferred choice for most tasks. It works very well for almost everything. However, I switch to Precise mode for more accuracy when I do market analysis. You should try both modes and see what suits you best.

One thing to note: if you ask me to rewrite the same content multiple times, I might suggest you to use other services. That’s because I don’t want to bore you with repetitive results.

So, I use Bing AI for:
• Market and competitor analysis
• Mega Prompts testing and fine-tuning
• Content rewriting for clarity and grammar checks

2. Claude Ai

If you are looking for a model that excels in creative tasks, Claude is the one for you. The community has received rave reviews for its ability to generate high-quality results surpassing Chat GPT 4.

Also, Claude has a vast token limit of 100,000, four times more than ChatGPT. This means you can process large files, and even entire books, and get summaries and insights from them.

You can enjoy this service for free by following these simple steps:

  • Set your VPN to the USA
  • Download and register the service
  • Turn off your VPN and start using the service without any hassle

So, I use Claude AI for:

• Creative tasks
• Idea generation.
• Summaries of my Group calls, customer developments, investor calls, etc (guide is here).
• Document analysis
• Rewriting the content
• Works perfectly with Mega Prompts

3. Chat GPT4

Chat GPT remains one of the best options for both business and personal use. However, to achieve optimal results, you must invest more time fine-tuning it.

Due to the recent decline in output quality, you need to adjust the settings, provide more context, and train the model to get the best results. That’s why I prefer to use Claude or Bing, which are more reliable and consistent.

So, I use Chat GPT 4 for:
• Idea generation.
• Corporate website copy
• Email subject preparation
• Code analysis and interpretation.
• Works perfectly with Mega Prompts.

4. Perplexity AI

Perplexity is an AI browser that can help you find relevant information in a fraction of the time.

While ChatGPT, Claude, or Bing can be your partner or second brain to help you brainstorm, analyze, and decide, Perplexity is your super fast “hands” that can get the job done quicker and easier.

So, I use Perplexity AI for:
• Search for new ideas, trends, or content
• Do market or competitive research

6. Bard AI

Bard is a powerful tool that can enhance your Google experience. Whether you need to find a specific conversation with your team, retrieve a missing email, or perform any other small task, Bard can help you do it faster and easier.

It can do small tasks much faster than most competitors, but the results are still mediocre. I believe it will change if they will use the new LMS.

You can check out this leaderboard for a more detailed comparison of different models. It shows the performance and ratings of each model based on various tests and feedback from the community.

How the market of AI will change in the next three years?

I had an insightful conversation with Paul Couvert, an AI expert and entrepreneur, about the future of AI and how it will shape our world. Here are some of the key points we discussed:

• Microsoft is joining the AI race with its next release, which will bring a massive boost to all Windows users. You can read more about it in my newsletter here.

• Apple has invested heavily in AI for the last decade and has a significant advantage in developing its hardware and chipset. They are also known for their excellent user experience. They will indeed leverage both opportunities, and we think their main strength will be the security of personal data.

• Elon Musk will enter the arena soon, as he is pouring a lot of money into AI projects: his latest AI startup (, Tesla’s self-driving cars, Neuralink - a brain implant that will take humanity to new heights

• Google, with its Bard model, is currently lagging but has a vast potential to become the most dominant player in the space, as they have the most advanced and most significant search engine and terabytes of unique data sets to train the AI. As soon as they implement the new LLM, the picture will change dramatically

• OpenAI and ChatGPT 5 will focus more on corporate usage, privacy, and security.

These are exciting times indeed!

Next week, I will have a podcast with Paul Couvert about his AI startup, the future of AI, and how to maintain passion in building a business. Stay tuned - it will be out in a few weeks.

Also, I have a secret guest from the AI sphere coming up, so I will be sharing some amazing insights with you at a faster pace.

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