Google, one of the largest tech companies in the world, has announced the upcoming launch of its new AI-powered chatbot, Bard. The chatbot is set to be a rival to the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI. Bard is built on Google’s existing language model, Lamda, which has already been described by one of the engineers as being so human-like in its responses that it was believed to be sentient.
Google has a long history of investing in artificial intelligence, and the launch of Bard is just one example of the company’s commitment to the future of AI. In addition to Bard, the tech giant has also announced new AI tools for its search engine, further demonstrating its dedication to AI technology.
ChatGPT, the AI chatbot developed by OpenAI, has been widely hailed as the Google killer. To all those people foolishly calling ChatGPT a Google killer… think again – the race is just beginning and there are multiple big players making progress in the field yet to be announced. ChatGPT can answer questions and carry out requests in text form, based on information from the internet as it was in 2021. It can generate speeches, songs, marketing copy, news articles, and student essays. Despite its popularity, ChatGPT has faced criticism over its potential to include offensive material and disinformation in its database of knowledge.
In response to the speculation that Microsoft is set to bring ChatGPT to its search engine, Bing, following its multi-billion-dollar investment in OpenAI, Google’s launch of Bard has been highly anticipated. The ultimate aim of chatbots is to replace pages of web links with one definitive answer, and it is believed that AI chatbots will play a significant role in this transformation.
While ChatGPT may have been the first to release a generative AI application, being first does not necessarily mean it is the best. Google’s launch of Bard is set to shake up the AI chatbot market and challenge the dominance of ChatGPT. With Google’s extensive investment in AI, it is clear that the company is determined to play a major role in the future of AI technology.