ChatGPT(By OpenAI) has been out for several days, and many people already think it will replace google for search engines and much more. What do you guys think? Did anyone try it already?

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President in Software, 51 - 200 employees
Biggest development of 2022 in the grand scheme of things. The Turing test moment is imminent.
CEO in Healthcare and Biotech, 11 - 50 employees
 I have to admit I get all the more skeptical, the more a new innovation comes out with great hype as the "game changer", yet hardly been used by the public. And thinking about whether it will replace Google search engines, they have their own version of CHATGPT almost complete in the skunkworks for release I understand in Q1/Q2 . SO perhaps we all take a breather and lets see what happens when in the hand of millions (or perhaps oly 100's) of people. And yes, I have tried and it is very cool !!
Director of IT in Software, Self-employed
I tried, but many limitations and confusing features, such as results where the template says "unable to answer" but returns the answer to the question anyway. 
Maybe it will be run over by Google's AI technology or even acquired. 

Because maybe in my opinion ChatGPT still uses data from Google for its processing. The data is drawn from a large corpus of text, which can be anything from articles, books, conversations, and more. And now the one that has the largest database is Google. Google also uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to optimize its databases and ensure data accuracy.
CIO in Education, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
It's scaring a lot of people with how accurate it already generally is and it's only going to get better with training.
CMO in Services (non-Government), 11 - 50 employees
It's a giant step forward on how we interact with AI. Not exactly because of the interaction itself, but the fact that the results we get are way more satisfying compared to any other thing we have today (thing about Google search, Siri or Alexa, for example). The current limitations are because it's a "beta test", there are too many people using it and it's not allowed to browse the web.
COO in Telecommunication, 2 - 10 employees
Yes I have been working with ChatGPT for over a week now. I am very impressed. 
Director of IT in Travel and Hospitality, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
I love it.  Work wise I’ve started using it for a lot of my  high visibility emails and communications.  There’s tons of use cases for it.  I’m interested to see how they will monetize it down the road.
VP of Product Management in Software, 10,001+ employees
I think it could only "replace" existing tools (like Google) with a clear use case. Today, ChatGPT is super sexy tech, but the use cases are still undefined in terms of practical application -- though like others have said, there's lots of ways it can be used robustly. Once those use cases get clearer, I think we'll see where it begins changing markets. Or it could end up like Google Glass. ;) 

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I use chat gpt for preliminary research
And Ai on products we build
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