We are now living in an AI world where all our actions and thoughts are tracked using AI technology. A few months before the AI-powered chatbot, ChatGPT created a buzz in the IT community with its performance and quick response to queries. However, developments and changes happen quickly. Google introduced Bard AI, which is currently only accessible to testers and will be open to the public in a few weeks as a competitor to ChatGPT.
However, unconventionally, we rely on artificial intelligence services for everything from entertainment to medical care.
According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, “ We are working on an experimental conversational AI service provided by LaMDA, which we call Bard. Today, we’re taking another step by opening it up to trusted testers ahead of making it more widely available to the public in the coming weeks.”
With access to all available information, it is just simple for Google to introduce and implement Bard AI.
Bard v/s ChatGPT
What differentiates Bard AI from ChatGPT is its extensive data, creativity and intelligence. There are restrictions on ChatGPT’s ability to collect up-to-date information; only data till 2021 is available there. Never mind, Google Bard can answer all your queries related to current affairs or historical information, information will be collected from AI and the web.
Bard is powered by LaMDA (Language Model for Dialog Applications), a language model trained on speech capabilities that Google announced in May 2021.
We can say for sure that Google Bard AI will become a great competitor of ChatCPT backed by Microsoft. ChatGPT reached almost 100 million active users in this short period of time. But Google reckons its latest generative AI service, Bard, will beat ChatGPT, by acquiring more users and building trust in them.
When a coin is tossed it means that we experience success or failure. Similarly, in a test run, an inaccurate or misleading answer may be generated from Bard, but it costs Alphabet, Google’s parent company, $100 billion in market share. An event streamed live on YouTube on February 8, its new chatbot shared false information in a promotional video.
Bard gave the incorrect answer that the James Webb Space Telescope (JSWT) was the first to take pictures of ‘exoplanets’, which many pointed out was wrong.
Regardless, millions of people visited the Bard account on Twitter and its official website. This is encouraging and predicts its future in the field of AI.