Google has officially announced ChatGPT rival Bard, which it plans to roll out in the coming weeks.
If you remember, we have conveyed to you the allegations that Google is testing an artificial intelligence chatbot similar to ChatGPT in the past weeks . According to the shared, these claims came true and Google officially announced the ChatGPT rival Bard, which it plans to make available in the coming weeks . In fact, Google was expected to introduce such an application with a live broadcast on February 8 , but the company acted a little earlier.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced Bard in a blog post, describing the tool as an experimental conversational AI service that will answer users’ questions and participate in conversations. Pichai said the software will be available to the testing team before it becomes more publicly available in the coming weeks.
Although all details about Bard have not been shared, it is said that the vehicle will be just like ChatGPT. Pichai notes that with Bard it may be easier to explain new discoveries on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old or learn more about the best strikers in football right now.
Sundar Pichai writes that Bard uses information from the web to provide new, high-quality answers; He said this could also provide answers to questions about the recent events ChatGPT is struggling with. Pichai also stressed that Google will combine external feedback with its own internal testing to ensure Bard’s responses meet a high bar for quality, security and robustness in real-world information.
Google is preparing to integrate artificial intelligence into many of its products. It was shared that the company will finally integrate artificial intelligence into Gmail and Documents . We’ll probably find out more tomorrow.