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Bard: Google Launches ChatGPT-Rivale .

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Google is launching an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot called Bard to compete with ChatGPT. Bard will be used by a group of testers before going public in the coming weeks, the company said. Bard is built on Google’s existing large-scale language model, Lambda. In response, Lamda said that one engineer was very human-like and believed to be sentient. The tech giant also unveiled new AI tools for modern search engines.

AI chatbots are designed to answer questions and find information. ChatGPT is the best-known example. They use what’s on the internet as an enormous database of knowledge although there are concerns that this can also include offensive material and disinformation. “Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models,” wrote Google boss Sundar Pichai in a blog. Mr. Pichai stressed that he wanted Google’s AI services to be “bold and responsible” but did not elaborate on how Bard would be prevented from sharing harmful or abusive content. The platform will initially operate on a “lightweight” version of Lamda, requiring less power so that more people can use it at once, he said.

ChatGPT can answer questions and perform text requests based on information collected from the web like in 2021. You can generate speeches, songs, marketing texts, news articles, and student essays. It’s currently free to use, but it costs the company a penny each time someone uses it.OpenAI recently announced a subscription tier to complement its free access. But experts believe that the ultimate goal of chatbots is to search the Internet and replace web-linked pages with definitive answers.

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