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Google introduces its AI service “Bard” to compete with ChatGPT


Google has launched Bard, a conversational AI service based on LaMDA that aims to compete with ChatGPT. Bard is currently being tested by a small group of people and is considered an experimental service.

Meanwhile, OpenAI has released a tool for detecting AI-generated text, and Microsoft has invested in OpenAI for a multi-year partnership.

Google Bard AI service powered by Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA)

  • Today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai unveiled Bard, a new experimental conversational AI service powered by the most recent version of LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications).
  • This innovative service makes use of the wealth of information available on the internet to provide users with fresh, high-quality responses.
  • In a blog post, Pichai demonstrated Bard’s potential to revolutionise the world of conversational AI.

Bard’s goal is to combine extensive world knowledge with advanced language models. It uses information from the internet to provide accurate and timely responses. Bard allows users to express their creativity, satisfy their curiosity, and broaden their knowledge. Examples include teaching a child about scientific discoveries, learning about top football players, and receiving tips on how to improve their skills.

In addition, for Bard, the company is initially releasing a lightweight version of LaMDA’s model. This smaller model requires less computing power, allowing for greater access and feedback. External and internal testing feedback will be combined to ensure that Bard’s responses are of high quality, safe, and based on real-world data.

AI-powered Search Features

Artificial intelligence has the potential to improve our understanding of information and make it easier to access relevant knowledge. Google aims to provide AI-powered features in Search that simplify complex information and provide a diverse range of perspectives as people seek deeper insights and understanding.

These features will help users quickly grasp the big picture and learn more about their topic of interest by condensing information into digestible formats. These AI-powered features will soon be available on Google Search, ranging from exploring different points of view to delving deeper into related topics.

Generative Language API: Using AI to help developers innovate

Google also announced that beginning next month, individual developers, creators, and enterprises will be able to test the Generative Language API, which will be powered initially by LaMDA and expanded with additional models. The company’s goal is to develop a set of tools and APIs to help others develop innovative AI applications.

Access to computing resources is critical for startups developing trustworthy AI systems, and Google is excited to support these efforts through Google Cloud partnerships with Cohere, C3.ai, and Anthropic.


Google’s Bard is now available for external testers and will be available to the general public in the coming weeks.

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, commented on the announcement, saying,

We continue to provide education and resources for our researchers, partner with governments and external organizations to develop standards and best practices, and work with communities and experts to make AI safe and useful.

Whether it’s applying AI to radically transform our own products or making these powerful tools available to others, we’ll continue to be bold with innovation and responsible in our approach. And it’s just the beginning — more to come in all of these areas in the weeks and months ahead.

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