The CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, announced a new technology designed by the tech giant. Pichai made the announcement in a blog post written by himself on February 6. Bard is the new product coming from Alphabet Inc.
Pichai says the product has been in the making for the past two years, and that Google will now release it. He added that the new product will undergo testing by few trusted persons before it is put out for all. Pichai continued that Bard Google AI is the most profound AI technology the company is working on today.
“Two years ago we unveiled next-generation language and conversation capabilities powered by our Language Model for Dialogue Applications (or LaMDA for short). We’ve been working on an experimental conversational AI service, powered by LaMDA, that we’re calling Bard. And today, we’re taking another step forward by opening it up to trusted testers ahead of making it more widely available to the public in the coming weeks,” part of Pichai’s blog post reads.
The Bard Google AI, just as ChatGPT, is an Artificial Intelligence chatbot. AI chatbots are computer programs that use AI and Natural Language Processing (NLP). They use these two to understand and provide the most appropriate answer to queries. The process can be described as simulation of human conversation.
In simple terms, the people can use the Bard Chatbot to find answers to their questions. All they have to do is to input the question and the chatbot will give them an automated response. One shocking aspect of it is that the responses are highly accurate response.
“Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence and creativity of our large language models. It draws on information from the web to provide fresh, high-quality responses,” Pichai says.
However, since the CEO made the announcement, there have been a lot of reactions. People have taken to various social media platforms to share their views or opinions.
In this article, we highlight some of the reactions that met the Bard AI Google’s announcement.
Check below some of the reactions
Is ChatGPT in trouble? 🚨
Google officially launched AI chatbot Bard.
It is clear that the overnight success of ChatGPT has left Google scrambling to find answers.
However, with this comes innovation.
The AI war has begun. pic.twitter.com/I7z4HLX26b
— Gaply (@GaplyLabs) February 7, 2023
Feb 7th: Bing + ChatGPT event
Feb 8th: Google Bard event
All gas no brakes in AI
— Pete (@nonmayorpete) February 6, 2023
Google just introduced Bard, while Microsoft is fully committed to integrating Bing with ChatGPT (launching tomorrow!). This marks the end of #SEO and the start of Answer Engine Optimization #AEO pic.twitter.com/1m06ZaDpgy
— Sachin Ganesh (@_SachinGanesh) February 6, 2023
It's looking like we're in for a Bard vs. BingChatGPT battle this week.Will Gmail man make a comeback? Who will get Scroogled? Hold onto your chatbots, folks: https://t.co/cRx1VKPFJP
— Mary Jo Foley (@maryjofoley) February 6, 2023
Why did Google name their ChatGPT competitor BARD? This guy nailed it. https://t.co/YOWeglL7yQ
— David Shapiro (@dshap_automator) February 6, 2023
With #Bard announced as Google's answer to ChatGPT right from inside the SERPs, I wonder how and even if #SEO rank tracking tools can handle such a dynamic landscape.
Will tracking the blue links be enough?
That's a tough one to crack. Good luck tools.
— Nati Elimelech (@Netanel) February 6, 2023
By the time Google releases Bard more widely, ChatGPT will have a few hundred million monthly users.
— Azeem Azhar (@azeem) February 6, 2023
Meanwhile, concerns are growing about what will happen to blog content creation. The Bard chatbot, according to some people, will disrupt the blogging industry. They believe the chatbot will lead to massive drop in organic search traffic to blogs. But generally, many see the new invention as the way forward.
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