The company Google launched this Monday a new chat created by artificial intelligence (AI) called Bardin apparent response to ChatGPT from its competitor Microsoft and that has achieved great popularity in little more than two months of life.
In a note signed on a corporate blog by the CEO of Google and Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, he details that Bard has so far been tested with trusted people before opening it to the general public “in the coming weeks.”
How does bard work?
Without providing details, he explains that Bard he takes his information from the web “to provide fresh and high-quality answers”, and points out that it can be used for creative purposes but also for informational purposes only, and gives some examples: it would help a 9-year-old child to understand the James Webb super telescope or to learn more about the best goalscorers in current soccer.
Other uses of the Bard chat could be, according to the note issued by Pichai, planning a “baby shower” for a friend (pre-birth party), comparing two Oscar-nominated films or designing a menu according to the foods available in a refrigerator.
The first version of Bard it will need a small size of bytes, to adapt to computers with lower capacity, while Google manages to increase the “feedback” (return information) that will allow it to expand it to new types of users, with more powerful needs.
This gradual process will make Bard gain speed and quality, the note explains.
At no time is the competition mentioned, but the analysts stress that the new chat of Google It is evidently the technological giant’s response to its great competitor, Microsoft, which is seeing how the technology grows in popularity and versatility. ChatGPT developed together with the firm Open AIwhose potential is already being discussed (but also its ethical limits) for educational purposes in schools and universities.
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