The popularity of ChatGPT has attracted the attention of the whole world. Two weeks ago, Microsoft announced a $10 billion investment in OpenAI. Google was not left behind in this competitive race! They introduced Bard, its artificial intelligence chatbot.

Bard, which is currently in testing, works very similarly to ChatGPT, although Google says it’s more powerful and reliable. “It relies on information from the website to provide fast, high-quality responses. Bard can be a resource for creativity and a starting point for curiosity, helping you to explain precisely and simply new discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, or to learn more about the best strikers in football to build your skills,” said the Google CEO Sundar Pichai in a post in “Monday Blog Post.”

Pichai has emphasized the importance of artificial intelligence for the past six years, with one of the most visible byproducts materializing in 2021 as part of a system called the “Language Model for Dialog Applications,” or LaMDA, which will be used to empower Bard.

The developers behind Bard have made the chatbot available to a group of external engineers who are testing it for bugs. Once the necessary improvements are made, it will be available to the general public. The goal is to make sure Bard’s answers “meet a high bar for quality, security and grounding in real-world information,” Pichai said.

Google wants to ensure that Bard doesn’t make the same mistake as ChatGPT: create answers when it doesn’t know how to answer.

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