Sundar Pichai announces upgrades to Bard AI to compete against ChatGPT.

Sundar Pichai announced improvements to Bard AI to help in battling against ChatGPT.


According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, the artificial intelligence (AI)-driven chatbot Bard will soon transition to a more potent PaLM model. This occurs as OpenAI's ChatGPT, which has gained enormous popularity, competes with the Google chatbot. ChatGPT had 100 million monthly active users about two months after its inception, making it the fastest-growing consumer application in history.

In an interview with The New York Times Hard Fork podcast, Sundar Pichai mentioned that they are improving Bard AI with more advanced PaLM models. These upgrades will provide better reasoning, coding, and math question-answering capabilities. PaLM is a large and efficient language model developed by Google, with 540 billion parameters and trained using the Pathways system.

Google tested this model on hundreds of language interpretation and generating tasks and discovered that it frequently outperforms state-of-the-art few-shot performance on most of them.

Google reportedly trained LaMDA on 137 billion characteristics, according to Engadget. LaMDA is a language model that Google built internally. According to the tech giant, Bard will be able to get responses from reliable information sources and provide answers that are up to current.

Pichai was asked how he uses AI generative tools like Bard, LaMDA, and PaLM in his personal life during the podcast. The IT executive remembers conversing with LaMDA and having fun with his son at home.

When asked about OpenAI's ChatGPT catching Google off guard, Pichai acknowledged that OpenAI has a talented team with former Google employees. He also gave credit to ChatGPT for finding a good product market fit. Google recently started releasing Bard to the public on March 22, and consumers in the US and UK can sign up for access and provide feedback.

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