OpenAI's ChatGPT, backed by Microsoft, has been a hit since its public release, allowing users worldwide to generate poems, novels, jokes, and film scripts with creative prompts.
Google has introduced Bard, an AI chatbot powered by LaMDA, Google's Transformer-based language model. Bard functions similarly to ChatGPT by being able to respond to inquiries in a conversational style.
WHAT DO THEY DO?
The services that Google's Bard and ChatGPT would offer are similar. Users will have to key in a question, a request or give a prompt to receive a human-like response.
Microsoft and Google plan to embed AI tools to bolster their search services Bing and Google Search, which account for a big chunk of revenue.
Bard vs ChatGPT: Both can simplify complex information, but Bard includes recent events in responses and has access to more data from the internet. ChatGPT has data until 2021.
LAMDA vs GPT: Bard uses Google's LaMDA, a language model for dialogue applications, while ChatGPT is based on OpenAI's GPT-3.5 series language models. LaMDA generated text so convincingly that it was called "sentient," but this claim was dismissed. ChatGPT may produce plausible but incorrect answers, as noted by OpenAI in a blog post.
WHEN WILL BARD BE AVAILABLE?
While OpenAI made a free research preview of ChatGPT available for public use on Nov. 30 last year, Bard is currently only open to a group of testers. Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post that the conversational AI service will be made widely available in the coming weeks.
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