Google employees criticize CEO Sundar Pichai for ‘rushed, botched’ announcement of GPT competitor Bard
The algorithm war continues as Google steps into the ring with their new ChatGPT system, Bard. This move comes as a direct response to the recent success of their competitor, ChatGPT. Both systems are based on the same artificial intelligence technology, but Google is hoping that their use of the system will give them the advantage.
So far, ChatGPT has been the clear winner in the algorithm war. They have consistently outperformed Google in both accuracy and speed. However, Google is hoping that Bard will be able to change the tide.
Bard is a chatbot that is designed to help you with your daily tasks. It can do everything from schedule your appointments to help you find information. However, its most impressive feature is its ability to understand and respond to natural language. This means that you can talk to Bard just like you would a human.
However, Bard is not perfect. Its biggest flaw is its tendency to make mistakes. This was most apparent when it made an error that cost Alphabet, Google’s parent company, over $100 billion. Despite this, Bard is still a promising chatbot and it will be interesting to see how it develops in the future.