In content, alongside ChatGPT, The AI-driven Bard chatbot is being made available by Google. The company said a small group of testers would use Bard before being made available to the general public in the coming weeks.
More about Bard
According to one coder, Bard is built on Google’s enormous Lamda language model, whose responses were so similar to those of humans that he believed it might even be sentient. The IT powerhouse also presented new AI search engine tools.
AI chatbots are made to find information and respond to queries. The most well-known example is ChatGPT. Although they use the internet as a significant knowledge resource, there are concerns that it can also contain offensive material and false information.
Words from the CEO of Google
Bard “seeks to link the richness of the world’s knowledge with the strength, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models,” according to Google CEO Sundar Pichai in a blog post.
He claims the platform will first function on a “lightweight” variant of Lamda that uses less power and supports more concurrent users.
Google’s remark is a response to widespread speculations that Microsoft would soon incorporate the AI chatbot ChatGPT into its search engine Bing due to a multi-billion-dollar investment in the firm that created it, OpenAI.
According to Sundar Pichai, consumers now use Google search to pose more complex queries. In these circumstances, he wrote, “AI can be useful, synthesizing insights for questions when there’s no one right answer.”
“You’ll soon notice AI-powered Search capabilities,” he continued, “that simplify complex information and divergent opinions so you can quickly see the big picture and learn more from the web.”