Google’s launch of Bard AI is a response to the significant pressure it faces to keep pace with Open AI’s well-known chatbot, ChatGPT.
Google has unveiled ‘Bard’, a conversational AI chatbot, with an explanation from CEO Sundar Pichai in tweets and a blog post.
Bard will compete directly with OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which has gained immense popularity on the internet since its launch in November of last year.
1/ In 2021, we shared next-gen language + conversation capabilities powered by our Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA). Coming soon: Bard, a new experimental conversational #GoogleAI service powered by LaMDA. https://t.co/cYo6iYdmQ1— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) February 6, 2023
What is Bard?
Bard is an AI conversational service that utilizes LaMDA technology to deliver fresh, high-quality answers to questions by drawing data from the web.
How does Bard work?
Bard is driven by LaMDA, a language model created by Google and introduced in 2021. According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Bard will initially be released with a limited version of LaMDA, which requires minimal computing power, allowing for wider usage and gathering more user feedback.