Watch us try to break Google Bard and Bing AI

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Back in the early days of Google, the company was known for its wild and crazy experimentation. One of those experiments was Google Bard, an AI-powered search engine that was designed to help you find information more easily.

Sadly, Bard was never released to the public and was eventually shut down. However, its spirit lives on in Bing, which is now the default search engine on Cortana-powered devices.

We decided to put Bard and Bing to the test, to see if they could really help us find information more easily. We started by searching for a very simple term: “cat.”

Bing returned a bunch of results about cats, including photos, videos, and articles. It even showed us a map of where we could find cat shelters near us.

However, we quickly ran into problems when we tried to search for more specific terms. For example, when we searched for “cat food,” we got a bunch of results about food for human consumption. And when we searched for “cat toys,” we got results about human toys.

This is where Bard and Bing differ. Bard is designed to understand the context of your search and return more relevant results. Bing, on the other hand, seems to just return the most popular results for your search term, regardless of context.

We also found that Bard was much better at understanding natural language. For example, when we asked Bard “How do I make a cat toy?” it returned a results about making toys for cats. But when we asked Bing the same question, it returned a bunch of results about human toys.

Overall, we were impressed with Bard. It wasn’t perfect, but it seemed to be a much more powerful and intelligent search engine than Bing.

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