Google-parent Alphabet is planning to launch a chatbot service and more artificial intelligence for its search engine as well as developers, marking a riposte to Microsoft in a rivalry to lead a new wave of technology. In a blog post on Monday, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is opening a conversational AI service called Bard to test users for feedback, followed by a public release in the coming weeks.
Meet the anticipated “ ChatGPT killer. ” Using a set of deep literacy algorithms known as “ large language models, ” the Google Bard AI chatbot can respond to questionnaires handed via textbook. The chatbot is erected on LaMDA technology and is programmed to use the web to find the most “ recent ” answers to questions. An experimental conversational AI service developed by Google, Bard AI learns from its hassles with humans to ameliorate its performance
As per the blog, experimental conversational AI service Bard is being powered by LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications), which was unveiled by Google two years ago. The CEO also added about the abilities of Bard, which will be a combination of “power, intelligence and creativity of the company’s large language models.” Bard will seek knowledge based on the responses provided by the users, as well as the information available on web. The company is initially rolling out the AI system for testers along with lightweight model version of LaMDA.
The focus for now is diverted towards collecting feedback to make the AI system better for future application. Bard from Google is Alphabet’s competition to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, headed by Microsoft. ChatGPT has been in news for becoming the fastest-growing consumer application in history, beating TikTok and Instagram