ChatGPT, one of the most powerful AI-powered chatbots in the market, will face competition as Google announces Bard.
Google Bard will be first used by a group of testers before it becomes available to the public in the weeks to come. The new feature is built on the company’s Lamda, an enormous language model, which has been described by a Google engineer as very human-like in providing responses it felt sentient.
For those unfamiliar, AI chatbots is an upgrade to regular chatbots as they can provide better answers and find information. ChatGPT has mastered it as it can use the whole internet as a source of information, albeit there are concerns that it also includes fake information and offensive material.
“Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
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Unlike the others, Google said that they want their AI services to be “bold and responsible” but didn’t detail plans on how Bard can prevent the spread of malicious content.
Bard will first work on a light version of Lamda, requiring less power, so users can take advantage of it easily.