To beat the rival Chat GPT, Google reveals Bard and it’s the must or says the desperate move by the tech giant.
Chat GPT has gathered everyone on the same boat with its iconic chat bot A.i which grabbed everyone’s attention since the day it got launched.
Ever since it was launched, Google was planning to introduce its rival and no one thought that they would be that fast.
Bard will be used by the testers first before heading to the public in the coming weeks, the firm said. Bard offers kind of same facility, but Google had to invest in it because of the Chat GPT rise in the business market currently.
Google Revealed Chat GPT Rival Bard – Let’s Get Into It
Google didn’t do a lot of work in the built-up process of the Bard, because it’s purely based on the same existing large language model Lamda, which one engineer described as “being so human-like in its responses that he believed it was sentient.”
Not only that, the tech giant that a few days back laid off thousands of employees due to financial recession has also announced new AI tools for its current search engine.
AI chatbots answer users’ questions and find accurate information. In the current slot, Chat GPT is the premium example of it, because it has captured everyone’s attention and even passed the university exam as well.
Chatbots gather all the internet knowledge and pass it on to you the authentic information that you asked for it.
Breadth Of World’s Knowledge
“Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models,” wrote Google boss Sundar Pichai in a blog.
Mr. Pichai stressed that he wanted Google’s AI services to be “bold and responsible” but did not elaborate on how Bard would be prevented from sharing harmful or abusive content.
He continued, “AI can be helpful in these moments, synthesizing insights for questions where there’s no one right answer,” he wrote.
“Soon, you’ll see AI-powered features in Search that distill complex information and multiple perspectives into easy-to-digest formats, so you can quickly understand the big picture and learn more from the web.”
Since the announcement, there’s some speculations roaming about Microsft might be launching Chat GPT to its search engine Bing.
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