Google In February Bardle introduces its chatbot Accessible to the general public. Users who want to test the ChatGPT competitor must register first Waiting list Register. It is currently only available to users in the US and UK.
Bart is powered by a leaner version of Google’s Language Model for Conversational Applications (LaMDA). The Lite variant is said to require less computing power, which, according to Google, allows the bar to be served to more users and get more feedback.
Bard with room for improvement
LaMDA is based on Transformer, a neural network framework developed by Google that was placed under an open source license in 2017. According to Google, GPT-3, a language model of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, is built on top of Transformer.
However, in the beginning, Bard caused some controversy. On one person Twitter Google’s popular demo asked, “What new discoveries from the James Webb Space Telescope can I tell my 9-year-old son?” Bart replied, “JWST took the first photo of a planet outside our solar system.” However, that information was incorrect. The first photo of an exoplanet was taken from the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) on Mount Cerro Paranal in Chile’s Atacama Desert.
A Google spokesperson described Bard’s condition as an experiment. “This underscores the importance of a rigorous testing process, which we begin this week with our Trusted Tester program.” It is not known what improvements from the Trusted Tester Program have already arrived in the version of Bard that is available now.
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