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ChatGPT aur Google me kya difference hai?

 ChatGPT aur Google dono alag-alag hain. ChatGPT ek language model hai jo ki OpenAI dwara train kiya gaya hai. Iski madad se hum natural language text ko generate, understand, aur respond kar sakte hain. Google, on the other hand, ek search engine hai jo ki internet par available information ko search karne ki capability rakhta hai.

ChatGPT language model ke through hum natural language text ko generate kar sakte hain, jese ki poetry, stories, articles and so on. Iski madad se hum human-like text ko generate kar sakte hain. Google, on the other hand, internet par available information ko search karta hai. Iske through hum kisi bhi topic ke bare me jankari le sakte hain.

Dono alag hain, lekin kuch similarities bhi hain. Dono natural language text ke sath work karte hain. ChatGPT natural language text generate karne ke liye use kiya jata hai, aur Google natural language text ko search karne ke liye use kiya jata hai.

ChatGPT ke through hum natural language text ko generate kar sakte hain, jese ki poetry, stories, articles, and so on. Iske through hum human-like text ko generate kar sakte hain. Google ke through hum internet par available information ko search kar sakte hain, jese ki news, images, videos, and so on.

In summary, ChatGPT is a language model which is used to generate human-like text, while Google is a search engine which is used to search information available on the internet. Both work with natural language text, but have different capabilities and uses.

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