Us tech giant Google has launched ‘Bird’ to beat the World Cupano Artificial Intelligence (AI) ChatGPT, created by Open AI. Google’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sundar Pichai said on Tuesday (March 21) that bird has been released to the market after testing about 80,000 of Google’s employees. However, it is currently open to citizens of the United States and the United Kingdom.
Google has unveiled ChatGPT’s rival Bird. However, google’s AI chatbot can only be used by people above the age of 18. According to the BBC, Google Bird Chat is not old information like GPT but is arranged with completely new information. However, Google has warned that it has many limitations. Because it learns from various facts in the real world. Google has said that there is a risk of making a decision from there by learning wrong information.
Pichai also said that when people start using bard, they will be surprised by its ability. We expect feedback from users after using Bird. Based on the feedback of the users, we will further improve it if necessary.
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Note that Bard is an Artificial Intelligence chatbot similar to ChatGPT. Which can write the answer, story, poem, or code of any question based on people’s needs. Earlier in December, ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, received a huge global response when it was launched. Recently, the company has announced to bring of its latest version GPT-4 to the market.
Google has unveiled this version of their chatbot at a very slow pace and quite carefully. It is currently launched in the US and the UK. It can be called a descendant of Google’s previous language model Lambda. However, Lambda has never been fully exposed to everyone.
“Bird is basically in the testing phase,” Jack Krzaik, Google’s senior product director, told the BBC. Everyone can use it as a launchpad for creativity. It has been programmed in such a way that Bird does not reveal anything offensive. Anything that is harmful, illegal, and reveals sexuality is filtered into it. ’