Google’s answer to ChatGPT is: Bard
26 February 2023 |
Media and Advertising Industry
Similar to Bing announcing its own AI-powered search engine, Google has also announced the launch of its AI-powered service called Bard, which is designed to change the way people search. Bard is currently being rolled out to “trusted testers” before being made widely available.
Why has Google released Bard now?
ChatGPT has been a hit since its release. In less than a week after launching, ChatGPT had more than 100 million users. According to an analysis by Swiss bank UBS, ChatGPT is the fastest-growing app of all time. For this reason, Google and other tech companies and startups, such as ChatSonic, Jasper AI, OpenAssistant, and Wordtune, are also working on their own AI-powered projects.
How does Google Bard work?
Unlike ChatGPT, Bard sources its information from the internet, providing high-quality and up-to-date information. While ChatGPT’s sources only go up to 2021, Bard offers the latest research and information.
Bard is not just a search engine, it can also be an outlet for creativity and a launchpad for curiosity. It can help explain new discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old, learn more about the best strikers in football, and even provide drills to build your skills.
The release of Bard is a significant development for Google and the AI industry as a whole, providing a glimpse into the future of search and how we interact with technology.
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