Google Bard is a new chatbot tool designed to simulate human-like conversations using natural language processing and machine learning.
The chatbot is built on top of Google's Transformer neural network architecture and uses LaMDA technology to provide realistic and helpful responses to questions.
Google Bard is not readily available outside of a limited beta test run, but it is expected to be launched in the coming weeks and months.
This AI chatbot may become particularly useful for smaller companies that want to offer natural language support to their customers without hiring large teams of support staff.
Google Bard is only available to limited beta testers, but CEO Sundar Pichai has accelerated its development following the successful development of ChatGPT .
Each of these chatbots uses natural language models and machine learning, but each has its own specific features.
Google Bard has the potential to use up-to-date information for its responses, whereas ChatGPT is based on data that was mostly collected up until 2021.
Google Bard uses LaMDA, while ChatGPT is built on GPT. Google Bard has been off to a rocky start, with its preview demonstration showcasing an incorrect answer to a question about the James Webb Space Telescope's recent discoveries.
However, it is expected to be improved upon and widely launched soon.