Chatgpt’s Competitor Google Bard Offers Early Access To Bard Ai Chatbot To Select Users

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The tech giant, Google, has debuted Bard AI, a competitor to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, and is now offering early access to select users in the US and UK for feedback. Bard AI’s rollout was delayed due to factual errors in its demo video, but Google aims to expand access over time. Google plans to improve Bard’s AI based on feedback from an expanded audience.

Bard AI is powered by LaMDA, a conversational neural language model developed by Google, which can simplify complex topics and give high-quality responses. Both Google and Microsoft have addressed the limitations of AI chatbots, with the CEO of OpenAI warning against relying solely on ChatGPT’s answers. Bard AI would not replace Google Search but rather be a “complement to search” that can offer extra information and responses.

LLMs (large language models) may tend to provide inaccurate or misleading information due to real-world biases and stereotypes reflected in their training data. Cybercriminals could also end up using AI chatbots to extract personal and sensitive information from users. The conversation between OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard AI signals the potential impact of large language models on human work and productivity.

Google has been making ongoing efforts to develop and refine its AI technologies, like the introduction of generative AI into Google Cloud, MakerSuite, and Google Workspace. The updated GPT-4, OpenAI’s newest large language model, has already made headlines for its plan to “takeover” Twitter and “defeat” CEO Elon Musk.

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