Google has finally released Bard, a Chatbot tool driven by artificial intelligence that is similar to ChatGPT and Bing AI.
Even though the model is still in beta, it can answer questions in a way that makes sense and is generally relevant to the situation.
Google Bard got off to a bad start when it gave the wrong answer to a question at Google’s I/O event. The model has some features that other robots don’t have, but when compared to ChatGPT, which is backed by Microsoft, it’s missing a lot of important ones.
Google Bard has a nice, bright design, but it doesn’t have many of the tools that ChatGPT does, like a history of conversations. The AI model works with Alexa and Google Assistant, which is something that other bots can’t do. You can change things you’ve already asked and start the chat over at any time. Under each answer is a cool button that lets you look for the answer on Google.
Bard’s voice sounds very human, the reaction time was a little bit slower than ChatGPT and Bing AI. The robot knew about everything except for ChatGPT, which it didn’t say anything about.
When asked about history writings or his political views on world leaders, Bard had a very interesting point of view and could name important people from all over the world to back it up.
But Google keeps track of all user data, including changes to prompts made in the chat, so users are told not to share personal information.
Bard is similar to ChatGPT in that you can copy answers and share them straight through or a Google Document.
Even though Bard got off to a rough start, it looks like it will get better as Google changes the bot to make it respond faster and better.