Meet Bard, Google’s rival to ChatGPT
Feb. 07, 2023.
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Google has introduced Bard, a new conversational AI service. Bard will be released with a lightweight version of Google’s Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA) to allow more users to experiment with it. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, has described Bard as a way to combine the world’s knowledge with the power and intelligence of Google’s language models to provide new and high-quality responses. The company will use external tester feedback, as well as internal testing, to ensure that Bard meets its three LaMDA objectives: quality, safety, and groundedness. Based on this feedback, Bard’s responses will improve over time.
Google intends to use AI-powered Search features to provide more helpful answers to complex queries. People are increasingly turning to Google for deeper insights and understanding, according to Pichai, and the company wants to make it easier for them to get to the heart of what they’re looking for. The goal is to help people learn about complex topics by allowing them to explore a wide range of opinions and perspectives. Bard’s release is part of Google’s larger effort to improve its AI capabilities and provide more useful and efficient services to its users.
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