Are you familiar with the newest AI chatbot? OpenAI’s ChatGPT, an AI chatbot backed by Microsoft, has caused a stir in the tech industry. Nevertheless, Google intends to maintain its search supremacy and has revealed its own chatbot, Bard, which will soon be launched worldwide.
Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, announced in a blog post that Bard is now available to a chosen group of reliable testers, and its goal is to provide a conversational interface for the “breadth of the world’s knowledge.” Bard is based on a smaller version of LaMDA, which Google introduced in May of the same year. Google intends to use Bard to obtain feedback from more users and overcome any obstacles in terms of response quality and accuracy.
Google and OpenAI are both developing their chatbots using text generation software, however, it presents several challenges. Chatbots are prone to spreading misinformation and using negative language sourced from the internet. Overcoming these obstacles and incorporating updated information will be a challenge in developing efficient and innovative products using this technology.
Are you curious about Google’s decision to incorporate Bard into their search engine, which is a significant source of revenue for the company?
If so, get ready for some exciting news.
It is worth noting that during Sundar Pichai’s presentation, there was no mention of any plans to incorporate Bard into the search box. Instead, he showcased a unique and cautious utilization of the underlying AI technology to improve conventional search. In cases where there is no definite answer, Google will generate a response that reflects diverse viewpoints.
the query “Is it easier to learn the piano or the guitar?” would be met with “Some say the piano is easier to learn due to the natural finger and hand movements, while others argue that the guitar is easier to learn with its chords.”
Google intends to provide developers with access to the core technology through an API, similar to how OpenAI made ChatGPT available, but the exact timeline remains uncertain.
The emergence of ChatGPT has led to speculation that Google’s dominance in web searches may be challenged. This is especially frustrating for some of Google’s AI specialists who contributed to the development of ChatGPT’s technology.
Although LaMDA’s technology has potential, Google is proceeding with caution in integrating it into their products due to the risk of bias and harmful language that can be learned by AI models trained on web text.
AI specialists caution that chatbots have limitations, including an inability to comprehend the information they provide and a propensity to create false data. This may be a concern for some of Google’s AI experts, as they played a role in ChatGPT’s development. However, Google has been cautious in incorporating LaMDA’s AI technology due to the risk of producing false information, exhibiting bias based on race and gender, and repeating offensive language. ChatGPT’s emergence has motivated Google to accelerate its timeline for integrating text generation capabilities into its products.
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