ChatGPT has become the protagonist in recent weeks and, in fact, it seems its importance will continue to grow from now on. Google does not want to be left behind in the field of Artificial Intelligence and for this has officially released BardIn fact, you can already try this Google chatbot that uses the LaMDA language model.
Yes, Google has stepped up since Bard’s announcement, which caused quite a stir as, unfortunately, it didn’t work properly and even offered incorrect answers during the presentation, which caused many companies to mock its so far running to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
Although Bard is already available, non-English speaking countries will have to wait to try it out. Those of Mountain View have deployed Bard in the United Kingdom and the United Statesalthough only users who are register to test with early access they will be able to check out the features of the Google chatbot.
Bard is already in the air, although Google still talks about it as if it were an experiment. He makes it clear that he is still susceptible to errors and therefore some caution must be exercised with the information that Bard can offer. Come on, it still has a long way to go to be up to ChatGPT.
Google Bard is already here and wants to stand up to ChatGPT
The AI uses an optimized version of LaMDA, Google’s language model that will improve as it receives updates. The potential that Google Bard has to integrate into Google devices and platforms is interesting, allowing, for example, a google pixel directly access the intelligent capabilities of this AI.
In general terms, Google has pointed out that it can be useful when it comes to optimizing day-to-day activities or solving tasks that are not too complex. This is still an indication that it is behind ChatGPT and even more so now that GPT-4 is already available with improvements in creativity.
We will have to see how this situation progresses and, above all, how Google improves Bard from now on to ensure that this chatbot that uses the LaMDA model is at the same level as ChatGPT and more with the possibility of being integrated into the Google Pixel system and other Android devices.