Meet Bard, Google’s Answer to ChatGPT

Google has been experimenting with artificial intelligence for the past few years, but the company has only recently felt the heat of competitor OpenAI.

Google has experimented with artificial intelligence in recent years, but the company has only recently felt the heat of competitor OpenAI.
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Nothing has made the tech industry cower entirely in the way ChatGPT has. While some have tried get on board as soon as possibleother—like Google– try to compete. The tech giant just announced its answer to the hugely popular chatbot, and itis called bard.

Bard is owned by Google Experimental chatbot built using the company’s Language Model for Conversational Applications (LaMDA). LaMDA is the same AI engine as a former Google engineer warned us was sentient, but the company hopes that LaMDA will be powerful enough to make Bard Google ChatGPT’s rival. Bard is currently only available for testers, but Google says Bard uses a lightweight version of LaMDA, so after the trial period it can easily scale and reach more users.

“Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models. It relies on information from across the web to provide fresh, high-quality answers,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a company blog post. “Bard can be an outlet for creativity and a launch pad for curiosity, helping you explain new discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old, or learn more about and then get the best forwards in football right now Exercises to develop your skills.”

Google has also added some AI capabilities to its basic search engine functionality because, as Pichai puts it, “people are turning to Google for deeper insight and understanding.” In other words, Google wants its search engine to provide faster answers to deeper, potentially multi-part questions. The company also pointed out that the search engine’s user interface could also change slightly to provide users with more detailed answers to questions in an easier way.

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm since its release late last year. As Big Tech has noted, Google appears to be the first to release its own version of the chatbot, while others, like Microsoft, have decided to invest. Microsoft billion invested of dollars in OpenAI to boost its search engine Am with ChatGPT which could have a widespread release this spring. Meet Bard, Google’s Answer to ChatGPT

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