Google has launched its AI Tool Bard which is considered as ChatGPT alternative. On Monday 6, 2023 Google CEO Sundar Pichai has written a post on Google’s official website in which he has written that we are working on a Conversational AI service based on LaMDA.
Sunder Pichai said they have opened this AI service called Bard for trusted testers and will soon make it available to the public.
CNBC in a post claimed they viewed a company wide memo sent by Sunder Pichai to all their employees saying that it will need all employees to test its AI chatbot, Bard, “in the spirit of an internal hackathon.”
He also told all employees that the company is going to need all hands on deck to test Bard, its new ChatGPT rival.
Google was under immense pressure since the launch of ChatGPT last year backed by Microsoft.
Everywhere people were talking that ChatGPT will replace Google, so Google started working on it very quickly and now Google is about to launch it publicly.
According to CNBC, Google is also going to take help from partners to test an API (application programming interface) based on LaMDA technology.
Sunder Pichai said Bard would be capable of providing you with fresh and high quality responses.
This fresh word is noticeable as in chatGPT we can get more accurate results up to 2021.
So Google’s bard is going to be the next generation AI tool to compete with ChatGPT.
BERT was one of the first transformer models capable of understanding the intricacies of human language. Two years ago, Google launched MUM which was 1000 times more powerful than BERT.
Google’s latest AI technologies like LaMDA, PaLM, Imagen and MusicLM are working on MUM.
Google is all set to launch Bard and Pichai wants every Googler to help shape Bard.
The popularity of ChatGPT is increasing day by day so Microsoft is planning to embed chatGPT into Bing to answer user’s queries.
Google is in a hurry so all its employees will test Bart for the next few days. These quick actions from Google can be seen as a result of code red after the launch of ChatGPT.