Hey there, let me tell you about Google’s new chatbot, Bard! It’s a super-smart bot that can answer all your burning questions and keep you up to date on the latest and greatest happenings in the world.

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Bard was created to make things more convenient for you. You don’t have to be a genius to understand the information it provides, because Bard uses simple language to explain complex topics. Plus, the information is always fresh, high-quality, and accurate – thanks to Google’s state-of-the-art technology.

But the real question is, can Bard compete with the likes of ChatGPT Ai? Well, Google is known for dominating the search engine game, so Bard might just give ChatGPT a run for its money! ChatGPT is great at providing you information up until 2021, but Bard has the upper hand because it’s trained on the latest data available. Bard is powered by LaMDA, which is short for Language Model for Dialogue Applications. It’s a super fancy type of neural network that can understand human language and hold a conversation with you like a natural person!

And get this – Bard is coming to you in a lightweight version, which means it won’t hog up all your computer’s processing power. That’s great news for you because it’ll be more widely available, and you’ll get to use it and give feedback to Google. They’ll take that feedback to improve Bard’s answers and ensure it’s the best chatbot out there!

Google bard is still not available to the general public but only for a selected few.

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