How to Use ChatGPT with the Latest Google Search Results


People are using ChatGPT in many exciting ways. Some popular applications include customer service chatbots, content creation, tweets, product descriptions, conversational AI interfaces, virtual assistants, and more. Some people are using ChatGPT to create unique and creative content, build to-do apps, AI Application on AWS, write creative ads, automate data science tasks, and web scape. The possibilities really seem endless. 

However, one of the major drawbacks of ChatGPT is that it’s trained on data up to 2021 and you can’t really use to for current news. 

Enters, Chatsonic. 

Chatsonic by Writesonic is an advanced version of ChatGPT. It’s an AI-powered chatbot that uses natural language processing to understand voice commands and generate content based on it. You can choose to include current data from Google for your results and even interact with General AI or one of the 16 interesting personas. 

Since I don’t know much about Chatsonic, I have used the platform to find out more about itself. To distinguish my content and the text generated by Chatsonic, I’ll embed the Chatsonic responses in quotes. 

ChatGPT vs. Chatsonic

When ChatGPT came out, I tested the platform for writing code, tweets (even though I don’t use the platform), ads, and as a chatbot to answer queries. 

To get a single response rather than scrolling through ads and finding a specific web page on Google Search results was a great experience. 

However, the quest to find something that can integrate with current Google results led me to Chatsonic. 

Let’s find more about how Chatsonic works and how it stands apart from ChatGPT. 

Prompt: What’s the difference between ChatGPT vs. Chatsonic

ChatGPT is a text-based language model, while Chatsonic is an AI-powered chatbot that uses natural language processing to understand voice commands and generate content based on it. ChatGPT is restricted by the inputs or training data (up to 2021) that cannot be updated as regularly. On the other hand, Chatsonic is a more advanced and powerful version that can keep up with current news and events, granting it an advantage in terms of precision and dependability.

ChatGPT is optimized for dialogue, not voice search, while Chatsonic can recognize voice commands and quickly produce precise, relevant, and stimulating content. ChatGPT cannot generate visual art, while Chatsonic can turn text into art using its AI-powered text-to-image generator.

Prompt: Is Chatsonic based on ChatGPT?

Chatsonic is a more advanced version of the open-source platform ChatGPT, which uses Google’s GPT-3.5 architecture. Chatsonic employs rule-based algorithms combined with machine learning to understand user input and generate more human-like, natural-sounding responses. It also has advanced capabilities such as up-to-date information on current events, creating art from texts, and understanding voice commands.

Prompt: Which one is better — Chatsonic or ChatGPT?

Chatsonic is a more advanced and powerful version of ChatGPT and is better equipped to keep up with current news and trends. It is trained to generate answers and content which is powered by Google search, allowing it to provide precise and up-to-date answers. Additionally, Chatsonic has the ability to recognize voice commands and generate visual art from text inputs, making it a more versatile and powerful AI-powered chatbot.


What is Chatsonic?

Screenshot from Writesonic

Let’s use the AI-powered chatbot to figure out what the platform has to offer:

Prompt: What is Chatsonic?

ChatSonic is an AI-powered chatbot platform from Writesonic that enables organizations to utilize AI’s power to personalize client conversations, create digital artworks, generate content with images, and write factual content on the latest topics. It also has the ability to remember past conversations and suggest topics based on user preferences.

Well, Chatsonic is just a little better version of ChatGPT with access to the latest Google data and a voice-enabled search. 

Another benefit of Chatsonic over ChatGPT is that you can chat with 12 different versions of AI. 

In this blog, I’ve used the General AI for all the responses, but you can choose from twelve personas for more precise responses. 

Screenshot from Writesonic

Here are a few more questions I asked Chatsonic about its features:

Prompt: Can you see the chat history with Chatsonic?

Yes, ChatSonic can remember past conversations and access chat histories. Additionally, it can suggest topics based on user preferences.

This prompt response could have been more useful. I tried to be more specific with my next question:

Prompt: Can users access their chat history with Chatsonic?

Yes, users can access their chat history with ChatSonic. ChatSonic remembers past conversations and can suggest topics based on user preferences.

I tried to see if I could find my chat history but every time I opened Chatsonic, I couldn’t find my chat history. Unlike ChatGPT, where you can easily do that from the left bar. 


Visual art with Photosonic

Screenshot from Writesonic

Writesonic also offers an AI-based, text-to-image generator called Photosonic. As of writing this blog, Photosonic has already generated 1355873 images using AI. There are various options for generating images with Photosonic. 

Screenshot from Writesonic

You can either enter a detailed description or use AI to autocomplete a prompt. There are various already-generated examples on the Photosonic website that you can use to give the platform a try. 

However, it’s not free. You get 10 free credits, which can be used to generate 20 free images. Post that, you’ll need to buy the premium monthly or yearly subscription. 

Chatsonic says that it can generate AI-based art in the ChatGPT-like chatbot. So, I gave it a try:

Prompt: Generate an AI-based art of a dog with a cat face


What is Writesonic?

Let’s discuss what exactly Writesonic is and how it works. 

Writesonic is an AI-powered writing assistant that can generate high-performing ads, blogs, landing pages, product descriptions, content ideas, and much more in seconds. Writesonic offers over 60 powerful features to help you create fantastic content quickly and easily. Additionally, Writesonic also integrates with many services, such as WordPress and Zapier to enhance the writing experience.

I asked Chatsonic for the entire list of features of Writesonic, and here is the response:

Prompt: What are the features of Writesonic

Writesonic features include AI Article & Blog Writer, Content Rephraser, Sentence Expander, Product Descriptions, Facebook Ads, Google Ads, Quora Answers, Story Generator, Instant Article Writer, Ecommerce Product Descriptions, Amazon Product Descriptions, Amazon Product Features, Amazon Product Titles, Amazon Sponsored Brand Ads Headline, Website Copy, Landing Page Headlines, Landing Pages, SEO Meta Tags (Homepage), Paraphrasing Tool, Sentence Expander, Quora Answers, Review Responder, Content Shortener, Cold Emails V2, Email Subject Lines, Company Vision, Personal Bios, Company Bios, Company Mission, Short Press Releases, Emails, Real Estate Listing Descriptions, Listicle Ideas, Startup Ideas, Article Summarizer, Keyword Extractor, Product Names, Analogy Maker, Growth Ideas, AIDA Framework, Pain-Agitate-Solutions, and Plugin, Tone Check, Grammar Check, Form Generation, Plagiarism Check.

If you haven’t tried out ChatGPT or Chatsonic yet, you definitely should, this is the future!

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