Bard is now being tested by a group of people before it is made available to the entire public in the coming months.
Google has debuted Bard, its own AI chatbot, as a direct competition to Chat GPT. Bard, which is currently in testing, will be released to the public in a few months.
The Bard appears to be built on one of Google’s existing large language models known as “LaMDA.” Engineers have commonly used the term “sentient” to describe this sophisticated, highly human-like huge language model.
We should expect to see some great and mind-blowing AI solutions emerge in the next years since, once available to the general public, this will be a huge leap for AI and will add additional competition to the already competitive AI sector.
Chat Bots, like as Chat GPT and Bard, that use AI and their large database to deliver answers to inquiries, have the ability to dramatically transform how we interact with and use technology.
“Bard aspires to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the strength, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models,” stated Google CEO Sundah Pichai.
Because chatbots actively obtain their information from the internet, they are more likely to share improper or dangerous content, but Google pledges that all of their AI services will be “bold and responsible.”
Google designed the Bard with a lighter version of the Lamda in order to make it more user-friendly and let more people to utilise it at the same time.
The Google CEO mentioned AI chatbots, claiming that they will someday be used in internet searches.
“Soon you’ll see AI-powered capabilities in Search that compress complex material and varied perspectives into easy-to-digest formats,” he stated, to help you quickly comprehend the bigger picture and get more knowledge from the web.