Billionare Anand Mahindra thinks Twitter is better search engine than Google or ChatGPT. But WHY?
A day after a high-profile auction for the inaugural edition of the Women’s Premier League took place, a video of a young girl in Rajasthan playing extraordinary shots, barefoot, went viral on social media.
The reach of the internet was such that it attracted the attention of billionaire Anand Mahindra, who reshared her video admitting that he was bowled over by the amazing talent of the girl.
“Thanks to the Women’s IPL (Indian Premier League), we are in for an explosion of opportunity for talent. Truly exciting,” he wrote in his caption.
Soon after the girl was identified as Moomal Mehar, and a Twitter user informed that she is a resident of Barmer of Rajasthan.
In response to that tweet, the 67-year-old industrialist said that the microblogging platform has transformed into a better search engine than Alphabet’s Google or Open AI’s ChatGPT.
“Thanks to human networking, not Artificial Intelligence or brute computing power, Twitter is often a better search engine than Google or ChatGPT,” Mr. Mahindra’s tweet read.
Mr. Mahindra is a pro-Twitter user with 10.3 million followers, and often shares interesting anecdotes and insights on the platform.