The Future of Phones: Mobile Expert Challenges ChatGPT

Mobile phone expert Patrick Holland goes head-to-head with OpenAI's ChatGPT 3.5 to answer the question, "What is the future of phones?"

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Jesse Orrall (he/him/his) is a Senior Video Producer for CNET. He covers future tech, sustainability and the social impact of technology. He is co-host of CNET's "What The Future" series and Executive Producer of "Experts React." Aside from making videos, he's a certified SCUBA diver with a passion for music, films, history and ecology.
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CNET's series Expert vs. AI pits our experts against the latest AI chatbots to see how their answers line up on big questions. With AI drawing its information from so many different sources, an expert perspective can help discern hallucination from insight and zero in on blind spots. 

In this episode, mobile phone expert Patrick Holland goes head-to-head against OpenAI's ChatGPT 3.5 as the two compare notes on the future of mobile phones, exploring revolutionary battery technology, experimental user interfaces, sustainability and more.

In an earlier episode, Patrick faced off against ChatGPT to talk about foldable phones and who they're really for. If your interests swing more toward modes of transportation, you can see Brian Cooley matching wits with Google's Gemini on whether now's the time to buy an EV.

For a deeper dive, be sure to check out CNET's new AI Atlas guide, which brings you product reviews of AI chatbots (including ChatGPT and Gemini), along with news, how-tos, explainers and more.