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Google Unveils Its AI-Powered ChatGPT Rival

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Google Unveils Its AI-Powered ChatGPT Rival

Google Unveils Its AI-Powered ChatGPT Rival

Google Unveils , Its AI-Powered , ChatGPT Rival.

Google Unveils , Its AI-Powered , ChatGPT Rival.

On February 6, Google unveiled 'Bard,' the tech giant's new chatbot, in a bid to compete with ChatGPT.

CNN reports that CEO of Google and parent company Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, said that 'Bard' will be opened up to a select group of testers.

CNN reports that CEO of Google and parent company Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, said that 'Bard' will be opened up to a select group of testers.

According to Pichai, the company reportedly plans on releasing 'Bard' to the public "in the coming weeks.".

'Bard' is built on a large language model, similar to OpenAI's ChatGPT which was released in late November.

'Bard' is built on a large language model, similar to OpenAI's ChatGPT which was released in late November.

The large language models consist of vast troves of online data that is used to generate responses to user prompts.

Bard seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence and creativity of our large language models, Sundar Pichai, Google and Alphabet CEO, via CNN.

It draws on information from the web to provide fresh, high-quality responses, Sundar Pichai, Google and Alphabet CEO, via CNN.

CNN reports that Google's new chatbot comes as online searches, the company's core product, is facing its most significant competition in years.

Since its launch, ChatGPT has been used to answer some questions that would typically have been Google searches before the advent of chatbots.

According to Pichai, AI-powered tools will soon be integrated into the company's flagship Search tool.


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