Google To Launch ‘Bard’ To Compete With Microsoft’s ChatGPT
Google is going to launch an AI-based and LaMDA-powered conversational chatbot within a few weeks. Microsoft has recently acquired ChatGPT.
The technology giant Google, based in the US, has announced that it will launch Bard, a chatbot powered by artificial intelligence (AI), in the upcoming weeks.
LaMDA-powered Bard is a prototype conversational AI service (Language Model for Dialogue Applications).
It will be utilized by a set of researchers before being made available to the general public in the upcoming weeks, the company claims.
It was constructed using extensive language models and information from the internet. It serves as a springboard for inquiry and can help make complicated topics simple “Google CEO Sundar Pichai posted a blog entry. The IT behemoth also unveiled new AI search engine tools.
This, according to Google, will enable it to make the chatbot available to more users and collect feedback to help fix issues with the caliber and accuracy of the chatbot’s responses.
Two years ago, we released our Language Model for Dialogue Applications, which powers the newest generation of language and conversation capabilities (or LaMDA for short).
We have been developing Bard, an experimental LaMDA-powered conversational AI service.
And today, in preparation for making it more widely accessible to the public in the upcoming weeks, we’re taking another step forward by making it available to trusted testers “Google posted a blog entry.
Bard aims to bring together the depth of human knowledge with the strength, wit, and inventiveness of our massive language models. It uses data from the internet to deliver original, excellent answers.
According to Google, Bard can serve as a creative outlet and a springboard for curiosity, enabling you to teach a 9-year-old about recent scientific discoveries made by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope or learn more about the top football strikers of the moment before receiving drills to hone your skills.
According to the search engine giant, Bard can be used to clarify complex subjects, such as introducing a 9-year-old to recent scientific findings from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
The business is originally making it available alongside our LaMDA lightweight variant.
We can scale to more users, get more feedback, and utilize far less computer power with this much smaller model “explained Google.
Following widespread rumors that Microsoft would soon integrate the AI chatbot ChatGPT into its search engine Bing as a result of a multi-billion dollar investment in the company that developed it, OpenAI, Google’s statement comes as a response.
Natural language processing (NLP) is a branch of machine learning that ChatGPT uses to create responses to inquiries and commands from users.
In accordance with ChatGPT’s definition, “Its ‘AI is trained on a dataset of online text and is capable of generating human-like prose in response to requests. It can be utilized for a range of NLP tasks, including question answering, text summarization, and language translation.”