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“Bard”- Google New AI Chatbot vs Chat GPT

The appearance of ChatGPT created a wave of community stir. The whole world is constantly watching, and continues to wait for new features of ChatGPT, to find out what the application can do and how to apply it to life. But besides that, the appearance of ChatGPT also brings competitive pressure to competitors.

Recently, on February 6, Alphabet Corporation, the company of Google, revealed that it will launch a chatbot service and add more artificial intelligence (AI) to its search engine.

This move by Google is seen as a response to Microsoft in the competition to take the lead in the AI ​​race. Microsoft said the company planned to introduce its own AI on February 7. The rise of ChatGPT, a chatbot from Microsoft-backed company OpenAI, could turn the way users search for information. ChatGPT is also one of the biggest challenges facing Google. To solve the immediate problem, Google has released an announcement about Bard.

Bard is Google’s LaMDA-based AI conversation service. The service will become more widely available in the coming weeks with more details.

In the blog on February 7, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the Bard project. He describes it as an “experimental AI conversation service,” capable of answering user questions and participating in chats. A group of “trusted testers” will be using Bard from today before it becomes more widely available to the public in the coming weeks. This is quite similar to ChatGPT.

As of right now, it’s unclear what exactly Bard’s capabilities are, but it seems likely that the chatbot will have a freestyle similar to OpenAI’s ChatGPT. It should be noted that ChatGPT sometimes refused users because the number of individuals using the service increased too high. UBS analysts say ChatGPT had 57 million unique visitors in December 2022, outstripping TikTok’s ability to receive users.

According to The Verge, the hasty announcement and lack of details about Bard are signs of a “red alert” at Google caused by ChatGPT.

Thus, shortly, we will see competition in a new industry – the artificial intelligence industry. With the beginnings of two giants, Microsoft and Google. Bard could be a giant leap ahead of ChatGPT, once again bringing Google to the top, or it could just be a hasty copycat. Let’s wait and see Bard’s launch to see if this is a technological advance.

“Bard”- response to the challenge of ChatGPT

The appearance of ChatGPT created a wave of community stir. The whole world is constantly watching, and continues to wait for new features of ChatGPT, to find out what the application can do and how to apply it to life. But besides that, the appearance of ChatGPT also brings competitive pressure to competitors.

Recently, on February 6, Alphabet Corporation, the company of Google, revealed that it will launch a chatbot service and add more artificial intelligence (AI) to its search engine.

This move by Google is seen as a response to Microsoft in the competition to take the lead in the AI ​​race. Microsoft said the company planned to introduce its own AI on February 7. The rise of ChatGPT, a chatbot from Microsoft-backed company OpenAI, could turn the way users search for information. ChatGPT is also one of the biggest challenges facing Google. To solve the immediate problem, Google has released an announcement about Bard.

Bard is Google’s LaMDA-based AI conversation service. The service will become more widely available in the coming weeks with more details.

In the blog on February 7, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the Bard project. He describes it as an “experimental AI conversation service,” capable of answering user questions and participating in chats. A group of “trusted testers” will be using Bard from today before it becomes more widely available to the public in the coming weeks. This is quite similar to ChatGPT.

As of right now, it’s unclear what exactly Bard’s capabilities are, but it seems likely that the chatbot will have a freestyle similar to OpenAI’s ChatGPT. It should be noted that ChatGPT sometimes refused users because the number of individuals using the service increased too high. UBS analysts say ChatGPT had 57 million unique visitors in December 2022, outstripping TikTok’s ability to receive users.

According to The Verge, the hasty announcement and lack of details about Bard are signs of a “red alert” at Google caused by ChatGPT.

Thus, shortly, we will see competition in a new industry – the artificial intelligence industry. With the beginnings of two giants, Microsoft and Google. Bard could be a giant leap ahead of ChatGPT, once again bringing Google to the top, or it could just be a hasty copycat. Let’s wait and see Bard’s launch to see if this is a technological advance.

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