Google Bard: Tech giant Google has launched its AI tool Bard (Bard) in India. Google Bard has been brought to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Google’s conversation generative artificial intelligence chatbot service is being launched in more than 180 countries including India.
The company made the announcement Thursday at its annual developer conference Google I/O held at the company’s headquarters in Mountain View, California. Let us know that Bard was introduced for the first time in February this year.
CEO Sundar Pichai made the announcement
Bard has been launched in more than 180 countries worldwide including India. This announcement was made by Google CEO Sundar Pichai. “As AI models get better and more capable, we’re making them available for people to interact with directly. With Bard, that’s the opportunity we have – the conversation,” Pichai said while launching AI tool Bard. Our experiment for AI.”
What is Bard?
Bard is an artificial intelligence-based chatbot service from Google, built using LaMDA technology. What the company CEO Pichai previously called the “Experimental Conversational AI Service” has now been launched for public use. Bard is based on LaMDA and Google’s own conversational AI chatbot.
How is Google Bard different from ChatGPT?
Google’s new Bard has been introduced to compete with ChatGPT. But these two AI tools have many similarities as well as differences. In fact, the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT answers questions based on pre-existing data, while Google’s AI chatbot is powered by a language model and dialogue application i.e. LaMDA.
That means Bard can give more accurate answers. Google said that Bard is equipped with a combination of the power, intelligence, and creativity of large language models. Not only this, Bard has been developed in such a way that the tool will gain knowledge based on user feedback and information available on the internet.