The launch of ChatGPT took place in November of the previous year. Since then, OpenAI has made known ChatGPT's amazing skills and the impact they have on daily life. For the previous six years, Google has been working on AI, and now Bard has been made public.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai described Bard's purpose and some of its fundamental features in a blog post. An experimental conversational AI service is called Bard. Language Model for Dialogue Applications of the corporation (LaMDA). The ability to obtain information from the web is what sets Bard apart from ChatGPT.

Bard is intended to deliver high-quality solutions by utilising information from the web, according to Pichai. It can assist people in learning about the greatest football players and obtaining training drills to improve their talents, as well as in explaining complex subjects to 9-year-olds, such as discoveries made by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.

In order to grow Bard to more users and collect more user feedback, Google is originally deploying Bard using a lightweight model version of LaMDA. To improve Bard's responses and to assure improved "quality, safety, and groundedness in real-world facts," the business wants to mix external feedback with its internal testing.

Before Bard is made more generally accessible to the public, trusted testers will be granted access to it in the upcoming weeks.

One day before Microsoft hosts an event at its headquarters, Google announces Bard. The business is anticipated to integrate ChatGPT from OpenAI into its own search engine, Bing.