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Google begins opening access to its AI chatbox Bard

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Google on Tuesday began the public release of its Artificial intelligence chatbot Bard in the US and the UK, in an attempt to catch up with Microsoft’s ChatGPT.

Consumers can join a waiting list for English-language access to Bard, a program previously open to approved testers only.

Google describes Bard as an experiment allowing collaboration with generative AI, technology that relies on past data to create rather than identify content.

OpenAI’s ChatGPT, released last year, became an instant hit with users rushing to use it. the Microsoft-backed startup OpenAI last week launched ChatGPT 4, an advanced version of the previous chatbox.

Unlike ChatGPT, Bard is not proficient in generating computer code, Google said on its website.

Google also said it has limited Bard’s memory of past exchanges in a chat and that at present it was not using Bard for advertising.


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