Google is launching AI chatbot Bard to compete with ChatGPT – and says it contains “the breadth of knowledge in the world”.

GOOGLE launched a hyper-intelligent chatbot called Bard.

The AI ​​app is a rival to the hugely popular ChatGPT app – and promises to offer “the breadth of knowledge in the world”.

Here's an example of what Bard can do


Here’s an example of what Bard can doCredit: Google
Google announced the new Bard app with this image


Google announced the new Bard app with this imageCredit: Google

It was unveiled today by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who described AI as “the most profound technology we’re working on today.”

And he said Bard is part of a new AI push that could improve billions of lives.

It is designed so that users can ask questions or have conversations – like a highly intelligent search engine.

“Bard seeks to combine the breadth of knowledge in the world with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models,” explained Pichai.

“It draws on information from around the web to provide fresh, quality answers.

“Bard can be an outlet for creativity and a launch pad for curiosity, helping you explain new discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old, or learn more about the best forwards in football right now and then get drills to develop your skills.”

Google says the app is experimental conversational AI.

It is based on LaMDA, which stands for Language Model for Dialogue Applications.

This is Google’s AI model that allows an app to have natural conversations with a human.

Google said it opens the app to “trusted testers.”

But it added that the Bard app would be available to a wider audience in the coming weeks.

Bard is based on a “lightweight” version of LaMDA.

“This much smaller model requires significantly less processing power, so we can scale it to more users and get more feedback,” explained Pichai.

“We will combine external feedback with our own internal testing to ensure that Bard’s responses meet high standards of quality, safety and realism in real-world information.

“We look forward to this testing phase, which will help us continue to learn and improve Bard’s quality and speed.”

Google says it will work to introduce some of these technologies into its search capabilities.

So if you do a Google search, you might see some content generated by an AI.

Google says these features are “coming soon”.

Chatty apps

The new Bard app is a clear rival to Open AI’s ChatGPT.

ChatGPT is effectively an artificial intelligence system capable of creating human-like text.

You can feed it a command prompt and it will create a block of text that will continue.

And when it works properly, it reads in natural language as if it was written by a human.

A GPT “model” can create AI-generated content – so imagine a future where robots write more of what you see online.

This is exactly what ChatGPT does.

And it can even have conversations and learn from things you’ve said.

You could type something simple like, “What’s the best way to cook a potato?”

If you don’t like the answer, you could write, “No, give me a better recipe.”

A prompt can be even more complicated, like, “Create a personal training plan for me based on five days per week in the gym with weightlifting and cardio that takes about 45 minutes.”

In a way it’s like a search engine – but potentially a lot more powerful.

However, you should be warned that it is entirely possible that ChatGPT may provide you with incorrect or misleading information.

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And Google’s Bard could suffer from similar problems.

Experts assume that AI apps can eventually replace some jobs. Google is launching AI chatbot Bard to compete with ChatGPT – and says it contains “the breadth of knowledge in the world”.

Fry Electronics Team

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