Racing to Catch Up With ChatGPT, Google Plans Release of Its Own Chatbot
In the world of chatbots, Google is the new kid on the block. The search giant is racing to catch up with ChatGPT, the leading chatbot platform, by releasing its own chatbot later this year.
Google’s chatbot will be powered by its artificial intelligence (AI) platform, Bard. Bard is a natural language processing (NLP) system that can understand and respond to human queries.
Bard will be integrated into Google’s search engine and messaging app, Hangouts. Users will be able to chat with the chatbot to ask questions or get information about the weather, traffic, and more.
The release of Google’s chatbot is a response to the success of ChatGPT. ChatGPT is a chatbot platform that allows businesses to create and deploy chatbots. Since its launch in 2016, ChatGPT has been used by over 10,000 businesses, including Pepsi, Nissan, and 1-800-Flowers.
The success of ChatGPT is due to its ease of use and its ability to understand human language. ChatGPT’s chatbots are powered by a NLP system similar to Bard.
Google’s chatbot will be a direct competitor to ChatGPT. However, it remains to be seen if Google can replicate the success of ChatGPT.