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From ChatGPT to Bing and Bard, chatbots powered by artificial intelligence and their remarkable capabilities — translation, coding, storytelling and much more — are making headlines around the globe.
And Japan, which has long struggled to improve its citizens’ English proficiency, has embraced the trend more than many of its developed peers.
As a reporter in Japan working in both English and Japanese, I was keen to test these tools and see which might be best for my line of work, and whether they offer benefits for Japan Times readers.
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