To compete with ChatGPT, Google has unveiled the Bard chatbot. An essential next step in the development of AI

Google's Sundar Pichai stated that a select set of reliable testers outside the firm would soon have access to the company's new chatbot.

To compete with ChatGPT, Google has unveiled the Bard chatbot. An essential next step in the development of AI

Google claims that in order to compete with OpenAI's ChatGPT's enormous success, it is pushing swiftly to provide additional generative AI features. A new conversational search tool that provides a bundle of multimedia search results, a new generative AI API on which developers and creatives can create their own apps, and a new chatbot to compete with ChatGPT named Bard AI were launched by the business on Monday.


The powerful natural language processing model LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications), which is the foundation for Google's new ChatGPT-like Bard chatbot, will soon be made available to a select group of "trusted testers" outside the company, according to a blog post by Sundar Pichai on Monday. Google said the tool will be made available to the broader public once certain safety concerns and other problems are ironed out, but it declined to specify when.

Sundar Pichai claims that Bard uses data from the internet to provide original, superior solutions. According to Pichai, "Bard can be an outlet for creativity and a launchpad for curiosity, letting you to explain new findings from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old or learn more about the top strikers in football today and then get workouts to enhance your talents."

Generative AI in Search

In the second section of the statement, Google claims that it is integrating generative AI into its search engine for queries with a wide range of possible answers. So, if a person searches for "is the Web design company in chennai or Web development company in chennai simpler to learn, and how much cost does each need," the search engine will likely return "Web design company in chennai." (Any one of the top search). If you ask it "what are the most common techniques of learning Web development scales?" for example, it may respond with a bundle of multimedia material that addresses a number of topics that are implicit in the request. It could return several individualised opinions from knowledgeable persons about the issue.

So that you can rapidly grasp the overall picture and learn more from the web, Pichai continues, "whether that's looking for different views, like blogs from individuals who play both the piano and the guitar, or digging deeper on a related topic, like steps to get started as a novice." The new search functionality, according to him, would "start rolling out on Google Search soon."

AI for Devs, Creatives

Last but not least, Google claims it will soon provide new tools to let programmers and creators create their own applications utilising AI, AI cloud services, and AI-assisted advertising.

Sundar Pichai writes that Google will start opening up access to its Generative Language API to individual developers, artists, and businesses starting next month (initially powered by LaMDA). The end users can create their own natural language applications using this API. To expand the API to new partners, Google says it will work through its Google Cloud agreements with Cohere,, and Anthropic. Sundar Pichai states, "Over time, we want to build a set of tools and APIs.

A Race for AI Arms

The advancements made today are a part of Google's larger drive to incorporate AI into more of its goods and services. The announcements could possibly be a component of Google's public relations campaign to reclaim some of the enormous media attention that its rival OpenAI has attracted with ChatGPT.

After all, Google has been making bets on AI since the 2000s and stated in 2017 that it is a "AI-first" firm. While it may be said that OpenAI expanded natural language processing (NLP) models and provided them with enormously more training data, it was Google that created the BERT (bidirectional encoder representations from transformers) model in 2018, which enabled all of today's NLP chatbots.

Additionally, the company's present work in generative AI is just getting started, as Sundar Pichai emphasises.

During a conference call with investors last week, Pichai stated, "We continue to invest in AI across the board, and Google AI and DeepMind are vital to a bright AI-first future. "The greatest of AI is yet to come since we are only at the beginning of our journey."

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