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Google test launches ChatGPT’s competitor

02/08/2023 - 07:01

A brand-new text generating service powered by artificial intelligence called Bard has been made available by Google for testing. Users will be able to respond to queries in the search engine.
According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, the company expects to make the new service widely accessible in the upcoming weeks. On February 7th, Microsoft might present a ChatGPT-enabled version of its Bing search engine.

Pichai's statement reads that the new service uses data gathered from the Internet to provide text-based replies to search engine users' requests.

Pichai reportedly stated in a another corporate email that all personnel will have access to Bard the next week to provide input on its internal efforts, according to The Wall Street Journal. The LaMDA, or Language Model for Dialogue Applications, artificial intelligence program, according to Google, is the foundation for the Bard service.