Google Bard will be integrated with Google Search
No wonder all the alarms went off at Google when it launched ChatGPT last November. In the company, they knew very well what the potential of AI was, because they had been developing something very similar privately for years.
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Out of an abundance of caution, Google has decided not to make its advances in Artificial Intelligence public, but it can no longer afford this luxury. With the rumors that ChatGPT will be integrated with Bing, Google may be left behind in the next industry race and for this reason, it has finally decided to show its cards.
Google Bard, the AI that speaks to you
Although, as we said, Google has been developing AI solutions for years, until now it hasn’t implemented them in a commercial product. This changes with the presentation of Google Bard, a ‘chatbot’ extremely similar to ChatGPT, but which promises to be much better.
Google Bard is Google’s new conversational AI
Like ChatGPT, Bard is a conversational Artificial Intelligence service; that is, instead of entering search terms as in the Google page, we introduce phrases or questions that we want to ask. In turn, the AI will respond naturally instead of just showing us a list of results.
Bard’s big advantage over ChatGPT is precisely that its results are based on Google search, instead of an internal database. This allows it to display truthful and up-to-date information, and solves one of the big problems with ChatGPT, which is known to blunder from time to time.
Google Bard answers a question
Relying on Google results also allows Bard greater versatility. In the demo, the user asked Google Bard for an explanation of what the James Webb Space Telescope was, but aimed at a 9-year-old boy. Bard was able to display various information about the science project with simple sentences, including explaining terms that might be difficult to understand, such as “exoplanet”, without the user having to ask.
Google offers Bard as a solution for our curiosity and creativity, as he will be able to explain concepts with which we are not familiar and start projects; In another example, the user asked Bard which was easier to learn, piano or guitar, and the AI explained the benefits of learning either instrument.
Bard will be integrated directly into Google Search, so we’ll still have access to traditional results if we prefer them. However, it’s clear the company still doesn’t believe this technology is up to snuff and includes a disclaimer that Bard may give inaccurate or inappropriate information. This is also why Bard will be released gradually, starting with a few trusted users and gradually expanding globally.
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