Last week, OpenAI released a new version of its AI technology called GPT-4, following the success of its previous model, ChatGPT. Microsoft Corp. has already implemented GPT-4 in its search engine, Bing, to power a new chatbot. Meanwhile, Baidu Inc. has also introduced its own chatbot called Ernie. Other smaller rivals, such as DuckDuckGo Inc. and Neeva Inc., have incorporated similar AI tools to summarize information from the internet. However, the new technology has faced some challenges, as Microsoft had to limit its chatbot’s capabilities after users reported inaccurate answers and odd responses.
If you’re interested in trying out Google’s new AI-powered chatbot, Bard, there are a few steps you need to follow.
Instead of a wide release, Google is offering demos to select insiders and a waitlist for everyone else. You can click on the “Join waitlist” button on the Bard homepage to check if your account is eligible and opt-in for Bard news updates. Once you’re on the waitlist, you’ll receive an email with the subject line “It’s your turn to try Bard” when it’s your chance to access the chatbot.
Disclaimer about BARD “Bard may display inaccurate or offensive information that doesn’t represent Google’s views.”
After Clicking on Join Wait List, You will Receive this email,
After some time may be days this email, “it’s Your Turn to Try Bard”
Bard is exclusively available in the US and UK initially; It is currently only set to provide US English and US-localised responses.
Bard AI Interface
Once you’ve accessed the chatbot, you can ask Bard various questions or engage in casual conversation. According to Google, Bard is designed to be a friendly and entertaining conversationalist, capable of cracking jokes, sharing fun facts, and even playing games.
Google has mentioned in a FAQ that while ChatGPT can assist with writing software code, Bard is not yet capable of doing so “Bard is still learning to code, and responses about code aren’t officially supported for now.”
Bard vs ChatGPT
Google Bard and ChatGPT are two chatbots that use natural language models and machine learning to generate responses.
- ChatGPT’s data is mostly collected up until 2021, whereas Google Bard has the potential to use the latest information for its responses.
- ChatGPT is mainly focused on answering conversational questions and is used in Bing’s search results to respond to more casual inquiries. Google Bard will also be used for this purpose, but only on Google.
- Google Bard uses LaMBDA as its language model, while ChatGPT is based on the GPT-3.5 architecture.
- ChatGPT has a plagiarism detector feature, although it isn’t foolproof. Google Bard, on the other hand, doesn’t have this feature as far as we know.
- ChatGPT is readily accessible for users to try out, while Google Bard is currently only available to beta testers.
- Finally, OpenAI has already announced GPT-4 as a future project, but there’s no official release date or detailed information on its capabilities yet.