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Google Releases ChatGPT Rival, Google Bard: Here’s how to access it and How It Functions

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To compete with ChatGPT, Google has released Google Bard, which makes use of its Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA). Only a few days prior, Google CEO Sundar Pichai provided an update on the overall performance of the business in an earnings repor t.

Google executives alluded to ChatGPT as “code red” before the call because the AI-powered platform had gotten positive feedback from users all over the world. In a blog article, Google stated that it is releasing Bard to “trusted testers” before making it generally accessible to people in the upcoming weeks. Contrarily, ChatGPT has more than 100 million users after only two months of operation.

Describing Google Bard, And It’s Working

Identical to ChatGPT, Google Bard is indeed an Automation chatbot that really can answer a variety of questions in a conversational style. Google claims that Bard uses web resources to provide insightful, up-to-date responses. Google’s chatbot is powered by Transformer, a neural network architecture, and LaMDA, Google’s language model.

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Unexpectedly, Transformer and the GPT-3 language model are both the foundations of ChatGPT. 2017 saw the development and release of Transformer by Google Research.

Where can you Find Google Bard?

Only a few individuals are entitled to Google Bard at this time; the general public cannot test it. A far more energy-efficient “lightweight model version of LaMDA” is being created by Google. Google has already been researching its language model for a while, but the company stopped its public publication after one of its employees made accusations.

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