Google announces ChatGPT rival called ‘Bard’

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Google has officially announced the launch of its ChatGPT competitor named Bard.

According to Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, the tool as an “experimental conversational AI service” that will answer users’ queries and take part in conversations.

He further noted that the software is currently being tested and will be made “widely available to the public in the coming weeks.”

The Verge said that “it’s not clear exactly what capabilities Bard will have, but it seems the chatbot will be just as free ranging as OpenAI’s ChatGPT. A screenshot encourages users to ask Bard practical queries, like how to plan a baby shower or what kind of meals could be made from a list of ingredients for lunch.”

Pichai also noted that Bard will gather its “information from the web to provide fresh, high-quality responses,” and be able to provide answers about recent events, a feature ChatGPT struggles with.

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