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  • Writer's pictureGil Michely

Comparative test between Copilot, Gemini and ChatGPT

Here is a summary table of the strengths and weaknesses of each AI:






Microsoft Office, Visual Studio

Google Workspace, web browsers

Web interface, API


C++, C#, Python, JavaScript

English, French, Spanish, German

English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese


Autocompletion, code suggestions, comment generation, refactoring

Text summarization, translation, questions and answers, content creation

Q&A, content creation, scripts, code

Strong points

Saving time, improving productivity, continuous learning

Free access, quick responses, intuitive interface

Versatility, creativity, humor

Points to improve

Reliability, user control, bias, cost

Limited functionality, variable accuracy

Privacy, security, impact on employment

Detailed comparison:

  • Copilot : Stands out for its tight integration with Microsoft tools and its ability to automate repetitive tasks. However, its reliability may vary and its cost may be a deterrent for some users.

  • Gemini: Offers free access and an intuitive interface, making it accessible to everyone. Its responses are generally fast and accurate, but its functionality is still limited.

  • ChatGPT: Stands out for its versatility and creativity. It can generate different text formats, including scripts and code. However, questions remain regarding its privacy, security and potential impact on employment.

Choosing the most suitable AI depends on your needs and preferences:

  • For Microsoft Office and Visual Studio users: Copilot is a natural choice to boost productivity.

  • For users looking for a free and accessible tool: Gemini is a good option.

  • For users who need a versatile and creative tool: ChatGPT is a solution worth exploring.

In conclusion:

The conversational AI market is growing and each tool has its own advantages and disadvantages. It is important to test each AI to determine which one best meets your needs.

Please feel free to ask me additional questions.

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