Google announced on Monday that it would release a conversational chatbot called Bard. This sets up a battle between Google and Microsoft in artificial intelligence. Microsoft has put billions of dollars into the creators of ChatGPT, a top-rated language app that looks and sounds like human writing.
Google responded to ChatGPT’s huge success about two months after it came out. Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, talks about the AI chatbot “Bard.”
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Google is about to release a chatbot called Bard, powered by artificial intelligence (AI). The move is meant to go up against ChatGPT. Google will give the feature to a small group of testers before making it available to everyone. Lamba is Google’s existing large language model.
Google has also announced that its search engine will soon have some fantastic new AI tools to answer questions like a person. AI Chatbots usually skim through the content they are given to build their knowledge and information databases.
Sundar Pichai wrote in a blog that Bard tries to combine the wide range of the world’s knowledge with our large language models’ power, intelligence, and creativity.
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Alphabet CEO Sunder Pichai says he wants Google’s AI to be “bold and responsible,” The company is working to keep users from being shown harmful and abusive content.
Soon, Search will have AI-powered features that turn hard-to-understand information into formats that are easier to understand so that you can learn more about the big picture.