Today, Techbooky Africa is discussing discoveries in artificial intelligence and Google is the subject topic for bringing Bard to the limelight after six years. A few days ago, Android Police reported Google introducing the conversation AI system dubbed Bard to rival the Azure OpenAI Services powered by the ChatGPT bot system backed by Microsoft’s hefty investment to pioneer the self-aware AI chatbot development which stirred internet awareness on OpenAI’s flagship AI
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai made the Bard conversation AI announcement official to process global languages modeled like chatbots do. The Bard AI system is developed by Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA). Although Pichai’s announcement did not disclose if LaMDA will be added to its lists of subsidiaries. Both tech companies are dedicating their resources to continue testing Bard in Google’s beta platform to determine the conversation AI system’s ability to process vast language Search queries.
Google intends to integrate Bard into its search engine dubbed Search (formerly known as Google before services conglomeration). The search giant Integration pattern is similar to Microsofts and OpenAI’s ChatGPT integration that birthed Azure OpenAI Services — Pichai’s announcement did not disclose imitating the software giant business tactics. Pichai’s optimism about ChatGPT’s rivalry with its in-house LaMDA’s conversation AI Bard system is based on its ability to access existing information on the web to process unprecedented accurate results.
Google’s Bard conversation AI system replicates Microsoft’s chatbot to rival the software giant despite its conglomerate active AI services especially Google Assistant and other AI-powered services such as Magic Eraser, and Photo Unblur. Unlike Google’s counterpart that sets to integrate its flagship chatbot with other services, Google’s pre-existing AI services listed above have already been integrated with the search giant services including, Search, Adsense, Admob, Gmail, Chrome, Photos, etc.
Significant discoveries in technology have been recorded and OpenAI was given accolades for developing high-end computers to simulate and process human intelligence via ChatGPT artificial intelligence. ChatGPT AI chatbot stirs the internet with its capability to accomplish tasks per its programmed integration on the specific application of AI systems including, voice recognition, developer systems, machine vision, and processing languages.
Technology incline internet applications have joined the AI trends to bolster their lucrative services — Microsoft made ChatGPT a significant chatbot in line with the billion dollars investment to integrate the AI chatbot to accelerate its services starting with Azure Cloud Services. Now, Google has joined the list of tech giants developing more AI tools to accelerate tech innovation. Microsoft’s frontline AI bot innovation in 2023 likewise led the AI discovery for other tech partisans.
According to reports about Google’s conversation AI, Bard is more efficient than Microsoft’s ChatGPT because the software giant AI system cannot provide accurate results later than 2021. OpenAI debuted the AI system two years ago and students have been using ChatGPT to manipulate exams which caught the software giant’s attention to develop Azure OpenAI Service.
LaMDA’s conversation AI bot is new to the tech market due to the search giant recent interest to rival its counterpart after debuting six years ago. Still, Google has been driving its conglomerate business with artificial intelligence since 2017 via LaMDA’s state-of-the-art versatile language model.
For context, ChatGPT has been used by several users such as developers, scholars, enterprises, individuals, etc. Meanwhile, Pichai’s announcement did not disclose the users of LaMDA’s Bard AI system. For certain Google’s conversation, AI system will accelerate Its Search product service that has reportedly processed more than two trillion global searches per annum. Pichai said his tech resources will consistently develop more AI systems as optimal tools for diverse users and applications.