Google has finally snapped and announced a ChatGPT rival called Bard – an "experimental conversational AI service" that'll be released to the public in "the coming weeks".
Bard is a chatbot that's built on deep learning algorithms called 'large language models', in this case, one called LaMDA.
Bard “draws on information from the web and it may be able to answer questions about recent events — something ChatGPT struggles with.
Bard will be released on a "lightweight model version" of LaMDA. Google says this will allow it to scale the chatbot to more people, as this "much smaller model requires significantly less computing power".
“Bard can be an outlet for creativity, and a launchpad for curiosity, helping you to explain new discoveries & you get drills to build your skills.”
ChatGPT's responses are based on the information it has been trained on and are not always accurate. whereas, Bard's ability to draw information from the web is expected to provide more accurate responses.
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