Google has revealed its response to OpenAI’s popular AI service, ChatGPT, in the form of Bard AI. The new AI solution is expected to work in a similar fashion to ChatGPT, since it was developed by many of the same people who worked at OpenAI and was trained on similar data sets. Bard AI is powered by Google’s large language model LaMDA, which has faced controversy in the past.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced Bard AI in a blog post, stating that it will simplify complex topics and be helpful for getting a summary of various points of view. The Bard AI in Google search will work like the current snippets, but instead of being pulled from one website, the content will be cobbled together from multiple sources. The CEO said that these AI-powered features in Google Search will begin rolling out soon.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman responded to the announcement by posting a photo with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, reminding people that Microsoft would hold an event on February 7th to reveal more details about ChatGPT.
Bard AI is based on the LaMDA model, which had faced controversy after Google fired AI ethicist Timnit Gebru, who had raised concerns about the risks of generative AI and large language models. These models can contain a large amount of abusive language, racism, sexism, and misinformation that could influence results. Additionally, large language models such as Bard AI or BERT have a huge carbon footprint.
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