Google announces conversational AI `` Bard '' that rivals ChatGPT

Google has announced the next-generation experimental conversational AI service `` Bard '' that uses the conversation-specific AI `

` LaMDA '' announced in 2021. Bard will be rolled out to the public more broadly in the coming weeks, and before that it will be open to trusted testers.

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Bard is a conversational AI that aims to combine the broad knowledge of the world with the power, intelligence and creativity of large-scale limit models, using information on the web to provide fresh, high-quality responses. Google CEO Sundar Pichai said, ``Bard is an outlet for creativity and a starting point for curiosity. It helps me learn about the best strikers and get drills to improve my skills.'

The state of actually using Bard is as follows.

Use Bard by entering a question in the search box labeled 'What's on your mind?'

After entering the question, click the paper plane icon.

Then the answer will be displayed as follows. The question is 'what new discoveries from the James Webb Space Telescope can I tell my 9 year old about?' , the answer is, 'Your 9-year old might like these recent discoveries made by The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).' 'In 2023, The JWST spotted a number of galaxies nicknamed 'green peas.' They were given this name because they are small, round, and green, like peas.' We have discovered several galaxies called 'Peace'. These galaxies are small, round and green, hence the name 'Greenpeace'.' 'The telescope captured image of galaxies that are over 13 billion years old. This means that the light from these galaxies has been traveling for over 13 billion years to reach us. It takes a long time to reach us.)” “JWST took the very first pictures of a planet outside of our own solar system. These distant worlds are called 'exoplanets.' Exo means 'from outside.'( JWST was the first to photograph planets outside our solar system, and such distant planets are called 'exoplanets'. It is exposed. 'exo' means 'from the outside'. )” tells the user three discoveries.

Bard started with the lightweight model version of LaMDA, because 'it requires significantly less computing power, so it can scale to more users and get more feedback.' Because we can.' By combining external feedback with our own internal testing, we can improve the quality and safety of Bard's answers and ensure they meet the criteria for judging the correct use of real-world information. You will be able to

In addition, users do Google searches such as 'How many keys does a piano have?', but what users actually want to know is 'Which is easier to learn, the piano or the guitar?' , how much practice do I need to do for each?”, Google said. A lot of knowledge is required to answer such topics correctly.

Google points out that AI can help answer these more complex questions correctly. AI can extract complex information and multiple starting points into an easy-to-digest format, collect necessary knowledge from the web and convey it correctly to users. You can also recommend related topics, such as blogs from people who play both piano and guitar, or tutorials for beginners. A more advanced search function using such AI will also be released in Google Search soon.

In addition, Google has announced that it will release a generative language API for developers from March 2023 that allows them to try various models using LaMDA. Starting with this API, Google explains that it plans to build a series of tools and APIs that will make it easier for developers to build more innovative applications using AI. This effort will be expanded through Google Cloud partnerships with Cohere, and Anthropic .

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