ChatGPT was first released in November of last year. Since then, OpenAI has demonstrated ChatGPT’s amazing potential and impact on daily life. Google has been working on artificial intelligence over the past six years and has now revealed Bard.
A details about the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai officially unveils ChatGPT rival named ‘Bard’
Google CEO Sundar Pichai outlined who Bard is and some of its basic functionality in a blog post. Bard is a conversational AI service in development. Powered by the Language Model for Dialogue Applications developed by the business (LaMDA). What distinguishes Bard from ChatGPT is its ability to obtain information from the internet.
Pichai added that Bard is intended to offer high-quality solutions by pulling data from the web. It can assist people explain complex issues to a 9-year-old, such as discoveries made by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, or learn about the finest football players and get training drills to improve skills.
Google is initially launching Bard with a lightweight model version of LaMDA that requires less computational resources, making it easier to grow to more users and collect more input. To improve Bard’s responses and assure improved ‘quality, safety, and groundedness in real-world facts,’ the business intends to combine external feedback with internal testing.
Bard will be made available to trusted testers in the following weeks before it is made available to the general public.
Google’s announcement of Bard comes only one day before Microsoft hosts an event at its headquarters. The corporation plans to include OpenAI’s ChatGPT into its own search engine, Bing.