An AI-powered chatbot called Bard is being launched by Google to rival ChatGPT. Google launches its own (AI) chatbot against wildly successful ChatGPT. The company plans on rolling out Bard to the general public in the coming weeks after a group of testers uses it. It is based on Google’s existing large language model Lamda. Which one engineer said had a sense of sentience in its responses. A new AI tool was also announced for Google’s current search engine by the tech giant. Answering questions and finding information is the function of AI chatbots. As a result, they use the internet as a huge database of knowledge. Despite concerns that it can also contain offensive or disinformation material.
In his blog, Sundar Pichai wrote, “Bard aims to combine the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models with the breadth and depth of the world’s knowledge.” Asked about how Bard would be prevented from sharing harmful or abusive content, Mr Pichai said that Google’s AI services should be “bold and responsible.”. Following a multi-billion dollar investment in Open AI, Google announced it was working on bringing ChatGPT to its search engine Bing. Google launches its own (AI) chatbot against wildly successful ChatGPT. Using information gathered from the internet as it was in 2021. ChatGPT can answer questions and perform requests in text format. People are currently free to use it, although it costs the company a few pennies every time someone uses it. AI-powered Search features are coming soon. So you can understand the big picture more quickly and learn more from the web with easy-to-digest formats.”