OpenAI’s ChatGPT debuted in November 2022 and quickly became an internet sensation. Google has now unveiled its own chatbot powered by AI. Following a query from a user, generative AI generates content using data from its machine learning model. To respond to inquiries, the content is generated automatically.
As OpenAI released ChatGPT, people started seeking methods to leverage AI-generated material for professional, academic, and personal reasons. However, AI experts have warned that gathering information from erroneous data sources can muddle the content.
Microsoft has also announced a multi-year partnership with OpenAI to advance AI capabilities. Bard, Google’s answer to ChatGPT, is a chatbot. Bard is currently in the final stages of testing and is scheduled to be released by the end of February 2023.
Despite the fact that they serve similar functions, there are significant differences between the two.
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What exactly is ChatGPT?
OpenAI made ChatGPT available on November 30, 2022. ChatGPT’s GPT-3 language model was trained using human-written online content. This language model is used by ChatGPT to generate user query responses. ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot, uses machine learning to respond to questions in a natural conversation. According to OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, ChatGPT gained 1 million users in just five days.
What exactly is Google Bard?
In June 2021, Google released its “Bard” experimental language model. Bard is built on top of Google’s current AI language model, BERT, and is intended to understand natural languages processing tasks such as question answering, sentiment analysis, and language translation (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers). Google Bard is powered by the Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA). It was first seen on the LaMDA lightweight model. Bard is currently in beta testing.
Here is what makes ChatGPT and Google Bard apart from one another:
Similar services will be offered by ChatGPT and Bard, where customers can type a question and get a human-like response.
Microsoft announced in February 2023 that it will release technology that will allow large corporations to create and customise their own chatbots using ChatGPT technology. To assist users with their searches, Microsoft will also integrate AI-powered search functions into Bing and Edge, as well as a chat experience. These browsers will include a newer version of ChatGPT that uses GPT-4 to provide more relevant internet information.
When Google plans to integrate chatbot capability into its search engines is yet unknown.
The primary distinction between ChatGPT and Bard is the data source. To make sure the information is up to date, Bard will regularly retrieve it from the internet. Because the data sources for ChatGPT expire in 2021, it is limited to more recent research and information. Bard will have more data to gather information in real-time if he has access to the most recent research.
Minstrel employments LaMDA for exchange applications, while ChatGPT employments GPT 3.5. LaMDA was developed to recognise natural language using an open-source network. Instead of looking for individual words to create dialogue, it has been trained to seek patterns in phrases and the spaces between words.
ChatGPT creates the substance in reaction to a single content input, though Minstrel produces more data in longer chunks.
The most exciting aspect of this battle is the fact that the possibilities are endless. With each passing day, both companies’ language models evolve. ChatGPT is already planning to use the GPT4 version that will include Microsoft Bing, while Google Bard will be integrated into the Google suite.
Let us wait and see how these technologies affect our lives. Both have advantages and disadvantages, but what’s most intriguing is that, in one way or another, AI will achieve its pinnacle in the coming days.