Google CEO Sundar Pichai Introduced ChatGPT Rival Bard and Shows AI in Search.


ChatGPT was first introduced in November of last year. Since then, OpenAI has revealed ChatGPT’s extraordinary capabilities and impact on daily life. Google has been working on artificial intelligence for the past six years and has finally revealed Bard.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai explained who Bard is and some of its basic functionality in a blog post. Bard is a conversational AI service in development. Powered by the Language Model for Dialogue Applications developed by the company (LaMDA). What distinguishes Bard from ChatGPT is its ability to obtain information from the internet.

In order to grow Bard to more users and collect more user feedback, Google is originally deploying Bard using a lightweight model version of LaMDA. The business intends to strengthen Bard’s reactions and to assure higher “quality, safety, and groundedness in real-world facts” by combining external feedback with its internal testing.

Google unveiled a new chatbot tool called ‘Bard’ on Monday, seemingly in an attempt to derail rival Microsoft’s plans to use OpenAI-developed ChatGPT in its various platforms, including Bing and Teams. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google parent Alphabet, announced in a blog post on February 6 that Bard would be made available to ‘trusted testers’ in the coming weeks.


Google is rushing to join the sudden fervour for conversational AI, fueled by rival OpenAI’s ChatGPT’s widespread success. The company’s new artificial intelligence experiment, Bard, aims to “combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models.” Google is not short on ambition!

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, announced the model, or service, or AI chatbot, however you want to describe it, in a blog post. He specifically mentions Google’s recent focus on AI, as well as the fact that the most influential concept (the Transformer) was created by the company’s researchers in 2017.

A new experimental AI chatbot named “Bard” has been introduced by Google. This conversational service appears to be intended to compete with the tool called ChatGPT, which is supported by Microsoft.

The San Francisco company OpenAI’s ChatGPT has made a splash for its ability to compose essays, poems, or programming code on demand in a matter of seconds, igniting widespread concerns of cheating or the obliteration of entire professions.

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