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Google’s steady fighter, “Bard,” is ready to combat “Chat GPT.”

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Google’s steady fighter, “Bard,” is ready to combat “Chat GPT.”-GadgetAny

ChatGPT, OpenAI’s automatic text generation system, has taken the globe by storm in the two months since its public beta release, but its time in the limelight is soon running out. Google confirmed on Monday that its long-rumored chatbot AI project is indeed genuine and well underway. It’s called Bard, and we’ll learn a lot more about it during the “Google Presents” event in Paris.

Bard will function as an “experimental conversational AI service,” per a blog post by Google CEO Sundar Pichai. It is developed on top of Google’s current Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA) framework, which has been under development for the previous two years.

“Bard wants to integrate the breadth of global information with the strength, intelligence, and creativity of our massive language models,” Pichai stated. “It uses online information to give new, high-quality replies.” It remains to be seen if this reliance on the internet leads to biased or racist behavior, as virtually every chatbot before it has.


Chatting with internet users is just the first step towards Google’s greater AI automation. As user search requests get more sophisticated and nuanced, Sundar Pichai says that “you’ll see AI-powered features in Search that condense complicated information and various views into easy-to-digest forms, so you can quickly see the big picture and learn more from the web.” He also stated that similar services will be available to consumers “soon.” Next month, a small group of developers will be invited to test the Generative Language API, a commercial API built on top of LaMDA.

Pichai didn’t go into much detail on what Bard will be capable of other than the flowery “[it’s] a launchpad for inquiry, assisting you to communicate fresh discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old” writing. More information will be released at the company’s “Google Presents” event, which will be broadcast live from Paris on Wednesday, February 8th, 2023.

Raulf Hernes

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