It looks like there will soon be a battle between AI chatbots. Google recently announced its AI Chatbot Bard, which will be a direct competitor to ChatGPT Open AI. The software is currently in beta and will be available to the general public in the coming weeks. But it doesn’t seem to have gotten off to a good start after Google‘s AI chatbot gave the wrong answer in a promotional video claiming that the James Webb Space Telescope was the first to photograph a planet outside Earth’s solar system. This caused shares of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, to plummet.
When ChatGPT first went public in November 2022, the OpenAI chatbot took the tech world by storm as it allowed audiences around the world to get creative with the prompts the chatbot responded to in conversation. The results range from poems, novels, anecdotes, and even movie scripts.
Google Bard vs OpenAI ChatGPT: Which Chatbot is Beneficial?
Google Bard will draw insights from data and resources already available on the Internet. On the other hand, ChatGPT data knowledge is limited to 2021. However, since Bard is not currently open to the general public, ChatGPT is on top for now. Only time will tell which chatbot will be the best choice for most people.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI. It uses deep learning techniques to generate human text responses to input signals. He is trained in various Internet scenarios, which allows him to create answers to a wide range of topics in a conversational tone. After being prompted for input, it generates a text response waiting for the next word in the sequence, one word at a time, until the length limit is reached.
What is cool google?
Bard is a conversational AI developed by Google and powered by LaMDA technology. With its AI chatbot, Google wants to combine the depth of human knowledge with the power, intelligence and creativity of its large language models. The latest AI chatbox will use a lot of data available online to provide original and accurate answers. For now, Bard is still in the testing phase and will be released to the general public in the coming days, which means we’ll have to wait and see who wins the Google bard vs. OpenAI ChatGPT chatbot competition.