Jasper is a paid ChatGPT alternative that also leverages OpenAI’s GTP 3.5 AI. The chatbot is appreciated by companies. Here’s why.
Here is Jasper, a chatbot in the same vein as ChatGPT, but which is only available in a paid version. The Artificial Intelligence on board is that of OpenAI, that is to say ChatGPT 3.5 but, to dialogue with it, it is necessary to opt for a subscription of $60 per month. Why pay triple the price of ChatGPT’s premium option to get the same thing? Quite simply because Jasper does not offer quite the same features as ChatGPT.
First, there is no restriction in case of server overload. Responses are faster and Jasper has Grammarly basic, an AI that knows how to improve sentences by adopting better expressions or more impactful formulations. AI can also generate texts optimized for internet referencing (SEO).
A chatbot appreciated by companies
The chatbot also understands 29 languages and has an extension to access them directly via the Google Chrome browser. That’s not all, since Jasper has a rather unique asset at the moment: its database is not blocked until the year 2021. The chatbot can therefore respond with updated information.
For the moment, this chatbot is mainly used by companies. The company that manages it explains that 100,000 companies, including Google, IBM, Airbnb, and Zoom have opted for a subscription to Jasper. So, obviously, given that it is still GPT 3.5 which is at work, we certainly find the same faults as with ChatGPT, however, with an audience of professionals, the questions asked are certainly more concrete and less tricky for the AI.