We need to get more information from Google about the exact scope of Bard’s capabilities (For Comparission of Google Bard vs ChatGPT ) and how they will be integrated into products like search – and that will likely be explained at an event on February 8. But basically the chatbot is based on technology similar to ChatGPT.
Both Bard and ChatGPT are chatbots based on “big language models”, which are machine learning algorithms that have a wide range of talents, including text generation, translation, and answering to prompts based on the huge datasets, with which they were trained.
Both chatbots, or “experimental conversational AI services,” as Google calls Bard, are also fine-tuned using human interactions to guide them to the answers they want. However, one possible difference between the two is that ChatGPT is currently not connected to the internet, which means it has very limited knowledge of any post-2021 facts or events.
Google says Bard, meanwhile, “pulls information from the web” to provide up-to-date answers. However, that may not be the difference between Bard and ChatGPT for long – a leaked preview recently showed a version of Microsoft’s Bing with ChatGPT integration, suggesting it won’t be long before we see the latter. associated with the Microsoft search engine.
Does Google Bard only give text answers?
Like ChatGPT, Google’s Bard will initially only respond to text prompts with its own written responses. But LaMDA isn’t the only AI technology Google has in its closet, and we can expect similar advancements in the world of video and audio.
Besides LaMDA, Google says there are other AI models like PaLM, Imagen, and MusicLM that could potentially “create whole new ways to interact with information, from voice and images to video and music. ‘sound’.
While that’s pretty exciting (or slightly scary, depending on how you view AI technology), it could be a bit further. Google says it’s “working to incorporate these latest AI advancements into our products,” but is starting with a lite version of LaMDA in Google Search.