In November of last year, ChatGPT was released. Since then, OpenAI has made known ChatGPT’s remarkable capabilities and the impact they have on daily life. For the past six years, Google has been developing AI, and now Bard is finally available.
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, described Bard’s purpose and some of its fundamental features in a blog post. Bard is a conversational AI service that is under development. It is driven by the business’s Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA). Bard differs from ChatGPT in that it will be able to gather information from the internet.
Pichai outlined how Bard uses data from the internet to provide responses that are of a high caliber. It may help adults learn about the best football players and acquire training drills to improve their talents. It can also help them explain hard issues to a 9-year-old, such as discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
Accessibility of Bard:
In order to grow Bard to more users and gather more input, Google is initially distributing Bard with a lightweight LaMDA model version that uses less computer power. For better Bard’s reactions and to assure higher “quality, safety, and groundedness in real-world facts,” the business intends to mix external feedback with its internal testing. In the upcoming weeks, Bard will be made accessible to trusted testers before it is made generally accessible to the public. Bard was unveiled by Google the day before Microsoft hosted an event at its headquarters. It’s anticipated that the business will integrate OpenAI’s ChatGPT into Bing, its own search engine.