Google Opens Up Access to Bard AI Chatbot

On 21 March, Google opened up access to Bard, its artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, to the public. Bard is a conversational AI chatbot that can hold a conversation with a human user. It is based on the open-source project ChatGPT. Bard has been in development for two years and is now available to anyone with a Google account.

Bard is a rival to ChatGPT and Bing. It is being developed by Google’s Conversational AI team, which is also responsible for the Google Assistant. Bard is designed to be used as a chatbot on websites and in chat apps. It can also be used to generate leads or to provide customer support.

Bard is trained on a dataset of human-to-human conversations. It can hold a conversation on any topic. Bard is also able to remember previous conversations and to use that information in future conversations.

Bard is available in English and Spanish. It is also available in other languages, but those languages are not yet supported by the chatbot.

The Conversational AI team has released a dataset of human-to-human conversations that Bard is trained on. The dataset is available to anyone who wants to use it to train their own chatbot.

Bard is still in development and is not yet available to the general public. Google is planning to release Bard to the general public later this year.

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