Google relies on human employees to improve Bard chatbot’s responses

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It’s no secret that Google has been working on its own chatbot, Bard, for some time now. However, recent developments have shown that the tech giant is far from perfecting the artificial intelligence technology. In fact, it seems that Bard is in need of some serious help from its human counterparts.

According to reports, Google has been forced to rely on human employees to improve Bard’s responses to queries. This is a far cry from the company’s original plan of having the chatbot rely solely on artificial intelligence to handle conversations.

The news of Google’s reliance on human employees comes as a bit of a surprise, especially given the company’s previous statements about the capabilities of its artificial intelligence technology. Just last year, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that artificial intelligence was “more profound than electricity or fire.”

Now, it seems that the company is having to eat its words. Bard is said to be far from perfect, and its shortcomings are becoming more and more apparent. Google is reportedly asking its employees to spend hours working out the kinks in the chatbot’s responses.

This is not the first time that Google has had to rely on humans to help improve its artificial intelligence technology. In the past, the company has used humans to help train its self-driving cars and to improve the accuracy of its image recognition software.

However, the reliance on human employees to improve Bard’s responses is a sign that the chatbot is still very much in its infancy. It seems that Google has a long way to go before Bard is able to hold its own in a conversation.

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