👍Here’s why Anand Mahindra thinks Twitter is a better search engine than Google or ChatGPT – The Economic Times

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Synopsis

The Mahindra Group boss discovered the reason why Twitter was able to achieve this title.

​Anand Mahindra said that human networking has helped Twitter become a better search engine.

It was a usual Thursday.

Billionaire Anand Mahindra, who never misses out on praising new Indian talent, came across a video shared by a Twitter user.

In the 35-second-long video, a young girl could be seen showing off her amazing batting skills, with every hit ending up in a sixer. In awe of her talent, the Mahindra Group Chairman said that he was bowled over by the girl’s ‘amazing grace’.

“Thanks to the Women’s IPL (Indian Premier League), we’re in for an explosion of opportunity for talent. Truly exciting,” he wrote in his caption.

Minutes after his post, a user identified the young girl. He said that her name was Moomal Mehar and she was a resident of Barmer from Rajasthan.

At this point, Mahindra was impressed by Twitter and people’s ability to disperse information.

In reply, the 67-year-old said the microblogging platform has transformed into a better search engine than Alphabet’s Google or OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

As the entire world is revolving around artificial intelligence and machine learning, Mahindra said that Twitter was able to achieve this title only because it enables human networking on the platform.

“Thanks to human networking, not Artificial Intelligence or brute computing power, Twitter is often a better search engine than Google or ChatGPT,” his caption read.

Earlier this week, Mahindra said that Major Bina Tiwari’s picture with the young girl rescued in Iskenderun should become the “global image of India.”

“We are all proud of your family & its army heritage & tradition. Please convey my personal pride & gratitude to your sister,” he wrote in a reply to another tweet posted by user who claimed to be Major Tiwari’s brother.

Mahindra’s initial tweet got more than 584K views. It was retweeted 1,200 and liked by 18.7K people. Whereas, his second post was viewed 155.6K times.

Mahindra, who is a pro-Twitter user with 10.3 million followers, often shares interesting anecdotes and insights on the platform.

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