Google's new AI service Bard geared up to take on ChatGPT

Started by Domaining News, Feb 10, 2023, 03:08 AM

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Bard, a new conversational AI service developed by Google, is preparing for launch and will compete with ChatGPT. According to a recent blog post by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Bard will use large language models to provide high-quality responses that draw on the world's knowledge from the web.

With the ability to explain complex topics like NASA discoveries in an easily understandable way for people of all ages, Bard will be an engaging and informative conversational tool. It's interesting to note that the domain names and have been registered since 2003 but are currently for sale and unused.

Google has been at the forefront of language model advancements in recent years, with real-world deployments such as the LaMDA language model for dialogue applications. Bard builds on this technology to provide a more engaging conversational platform. By combining large language models with up-to-date web information, Bard could become an essential tool for users seeking answers to complex questions or new knowledge.


Bard, unlike ChatGPT, is not limited to outdated data and offers users a Google It button to access the latest information. To ensure user safety, Bard has an age limit for registration, filters offensive content, and lists its information sources. However, developers caution against misinformation, and users are encouraged to report any inappropriate content.

Google stands by their AI principles with Bard to prevent the spread of false information, while fostering creativity among users. Revolutionary chatbots such as ChatGPT and Bard have transformed the internet, capable of searching for information and completing various tasks, such as writing essays or creating business presentations.