The tech giant has just introduced its Conversation Generative AI chatbot service in over 180 countries, including India. Google has developed this new service to provide users with an engaging and interactive experience through the use of AI technology. As Google has a global reach, its new chatbot service is set to change how people communicate and interact with technology.
Google’s chatbot service is the perfect solution for all those who want to talk to your friends, get answers to your questions, or just have some good time. Google initially introduced Bard in February this year. The company has launched the chatbot in more than 180 countries across the world including India.
While making the announcement, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, said, “As AI models get better and more capable, we’re making them available to engage directly with people,” Pichai said, launching AI tool Bard. With Bard, that’s the opportunity we have – The Conversation Our experiment for AI.”
Bard is an AI based chatbot service that Google has developed using LaMDA technology. It was earlier described by CEO Pichai as “Experimental Conversational AI Service” ie Experimental Conversational AI Service. Bard is based on Google’s own Conversational AI chatbot and LaMDA. It has now been introduced for public use.
Although Google has launched Bard to compete with ChatGPT, both these AI tools a very much different as well as similar. As a matter of fact, ChatGPT answers questions based on pre-existing data, while Google’s AI chatbot has been powered with a language model and dialogue application, ie LaMDA.
This means, Bard is capable of giving more accurate answers. Google has equipped Bard with a mix of the power, intelligence and creativity of large language models. Moreover, Google developed Bard in such a way that this tool will gain knowledge based on user feedback and information present online.