Who or what is this Bard character? Google has revealed that it will soon release Bard, an AI-based chat software, to compete with ChatGPT, a popular app that has gained popularity in recent months.
Google has revealed that it will soon release Bard, an AI-based chat software, to compete with ChatGPT, a popular app that has gained popularity in recent months.
- LaMDA, which stands for Google’s Word Embedding for Conversation Applications, has been the foundation for the development of the conversational chatbot that has been in the works for a number of years.
- Bard AI, according to Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s statement in a blog post, is going to be made available for testing with the intention of making it more universally accessible “in the coming weeks.”
- In addition, the post on the blog mentioned that the software would access information from the internet in order to deliver responses that are current and of high quality. Google is marketing it as “an arena for creativity, and a launchpad for curiosity,” saying that it will allow users “explain scientific breakthroughs from NASA’s James Webb Telescope to a 9-year-old” or “learn more about the finest strikers in football right now.”
- In a manner analogous to that of ChatGPT, Bard would derive its comments from a condensed version of its primary word embedding in order to make more efficient use of computing resources and communicate with a larger number of people.
- However, certain media highlight significant differences between the two products developed by various rich tech businesses. An article published by Forbes stated that ChatGPT will be made accessible on its own, and that it may also be accessible through an application programming interface (API) (application programming interface). A word like that cannot be used to describe Bard AI. In addition, anyone can use ChatGPT for free (even if there is a paid upgrade dubbed ChatGPT Plus), but Bard is only being made available to a select group of reliable testers at this time.