AI Tool War Now Google Announces ChatGPT Rival Bard Launches AI Service For Early Testers Details

Google parent company Alphabet plans to launch its own search engine, as well as a chatbot service and more artificial intelligence for developers, sparking a new wave of technology and a shift from Alphabet to rival Microsoft.

On Monday, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post that the company is opening up an artificial intelligence tool called Bard for feedback from test users, with a public release in the coming weeks.

According to the blog, Bard’s experimental conversational AI service will be based on LaMDA (Language Model for Dialog Applications), which was released by Google two years ago. The CEO also talked about the Bard’s capabilities. According to the company, the tool will be a combination of “the power, intelligence and creativity of the company’s big language model.”

Bard will learn based on the answers provided by users, as well as the information available on the web. The company is initially rolling out the AI ​​system for fitting rooms with the Lite model version of LaMDA. For now, the company will focus on receiving feedback from testers to improve the AI ​​system in the future.

Google’s Bard is Alphabet’s response to the Microsoft-funded OpenAI ChatGPT. ChatGPT has made headlines for becoming the fastest growing user app in history, surpassing TikTok and Instagram. ChatGPT is estimated to reach 100 million monthly active users in January, two months after its launch.

ChatGPT has the ability to generate articles, essays, jokes, and even poetry based on the users’ requirements. OpenAI, a private company backed by Microsoft, made it freely available to the public at the end of November. The company has also launched the ChatGPT Plus service for users in the US with a subscription fee of $20 (roughly Rs. 1600).

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