Google has announced the launch of its own AI chatbot called Bard. It is expected to be a direct competitor to Open AI’s AI chatbot ChatGPT, which has grown immensely in popularity in recent weeks. Google’s solution will soon be made available to a limited number of users as part of a test run and later made publicly available.
Bard is based on Google’s Language Model for Dialogue Application (LaMDA). The company said in a statement that participants in a closed trial will initially be able to interact with the Bard chatbot, and in the coming weeks the AI algorithm will be publicly available.
“We’re working on an experimental LaMDA-based conversational AI service we’re calling Bard. And today we’re taking it a step further by opening it up to the right testers before releasing it to the public in the coming weeks. – says inside Google message. — We release it first with our lighter version of the LaMDA model. This much smaller model requires significantly less processing power, allowing us to scale to more users and get more feedback. We will combine external feedback with our own internal testing to ensure that Bard’s responses meet high standards for the quality, safety and robustness of genuine information. We’re happy that this testing phase will help us continue to learn and improve the quality and speed of Bard“.
Last week it was reported that Google is internally testing new chatbots, including an AI algorithm that can compete with ChatGPT. In the future, the IT giant plans to integrate some of the AI algorithms into its own search engine and other services.
“Soon you will see AI-powered capabilities in the search engine that can translate complex data and many viewpoints into easily digestible formats so you can quickly understand the big picture and learn more from the web: whether searches are additional perspectives, such as blogs by people who play the piano and guitar, or delving into a related topic, such as training for beginning musicians”— said the CEO of Google Sundar Pichai (Sundar Pichai).
The company gave an example of using Bard to simplify complex issues such as: B. To explain new discoveries made by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old child.