Google has been under pressure for not releasing its "Bard" AI yet, as GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 are now in the market being used. Bard was announced in February, but there hasn't been an official release date.
User Testing of Bard AI</h2>
The reason Google is giving a select group of people access to its Bard AI is to do user testing. It doesn't make sense for Google to make a product and release it, only to have it hated by everyone. Google needs to find issues first before doing a broad release.
Google is sending an email to people who are Pixel Superfans, asking them if they'd like early access to Bard and to offer feedback. Google is looking forward to how people start using its Bard AI and wants to get feedback.
Features of Bard
Google’s Bard is an AI chatbot designed to complement the company’s search engine1. It is based on Google’s LaMDA language model, which is similar to ChatGPT’s GPT-3.51. This means that it can have conversations on a variety of topics and generate brand-new text that doesn’t exist anywhere else.
Bard is a generative and conversational AI chatbot, similar to ChatGPT and Bing Chat1. The company says Bard can help with creative tasks, explaining complex topics, and generally distilling information from various sources on the internet.
Bard can be integrated into websites, messaging platforms or applications to provide realistic, natural language responses to user questions. It can also be used to simulate human conversations using natural language processing and machine learning.
Here are some of the key features of Bard:
- It can generate brand-new text that doesn’t exist anywhere else.
- It can have conversations on a variety of topics.
- It can help with creative tasks.
- It can explain complex topics.
- It can distill information from various sources on the internet.
- It can provide realistic, natural language responses to user questions.
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