ChatGPT drew attention to AI-generated content and Google responded with Bardem. Although Bard and ChatGPT can perform similar tasks, there are differences between them. ChatGPT OpenAI
was launched in November 2022 and quickly became an internet phenomenon.Today, Google introduced its own AI-powered chatbot into the battle between the tech giants.
Generative AI creates content based on user requests using data from a machine learning model. Content is automatically generated to answer questions and create AI-generated images, text or videos.
When OpenAI introduced ChatGPT, people began looking for ways to use AI-generated content and AI technologies for professional, educational, and personal purposes. But AI experts warn that this information could be confusing if it comes from the wrong data sources.Generative content has its advantages and disadvantages.
Microsoft also recently announced a multi-year partnership with OpenAI to advance artificial intelligence capabilities.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, announced Google’s answer to ChatGPT, an AI-powered conversational chatbot called Bard.
Even with similar functionality, there are significant differences between these two AI tools.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is an AI-powered chatbot that uses machine learning to answer questions in a conversational dialogue. OpenAI released ChatGPT on November 30, 2022. According to OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, ChatGPT reached 1 million users in five days.
GPT stands for Generate Pre-Trained Transformer, which looks for patterns in data sequences.ChatGPT currently uses the GPT 3.5 language model, which is trained from human-generated text on the Internet. The paid version, ChatGPT Plus, now uses the improved GPT-4 model. ChatGPT uses an AI language model to formulate answers to user questions.
Popular AI-generated content for ChatGPT includes:
- Written code.
- Product descriptions.
- Blog posts.
- Email drafts.
- Summaries of transcripts, meetings and podcasts.
- Simple explanations of complex topics.
- Jokes or memes.
- Social media posts.
What is Bard?
Google Bard is also an AI-powered chatbot that simulates human conversations using natural language processing and machine learning by extracting answers from the internet. Bard originally used LaMDA for conversational applications, but updated it to Google’s next-generation language model, PaLM 2 (Pathways Language Model).
As Google noted in a blog post, this model handles common sense, logic and mathematics better than previous models. The company also claimed that this model is faster than previous versions of the .With this broad language model,
Bard provides more detailed answers to your questions than a typical Google search engine. Bard ‘s main goal is to get information in the form of a simple answer, not on a search results page like digital assistants like Alexa and Siri, but with links that allow users to gather more information.
Bard also works as a personal assistant, helping with tasks such as booking vacations, finding existing reservations, and planning meals. Bard uses more colloquial or natural language queries in search engines than keywords used by search engines. Bard is accessible to an audience of people and offers content in three languages in 180 countries.
What are the main differences between ChatGPT and Bard?
ChatGPT and Bard are similar: users enter a query to receive a human response.
In February 2023, Microsoft announced that it would make the technology available to large companies to create and customize their own chatbots using ChatGPT technology. Microsoft will also add AI-powered search features to its Bing search engine and Edge browser with a chat feature to make searching easier for the user.
Google has not announced when it plans to add an AI chatbot feature to its search engine. The main difference between ChatGPT and Bard is the data source.
Bard constantly pulls information from the Internet to ensure it has the latest information. ChatGPT’s sources end with 2021 data and are therefore limited to the latest research and information. Bard has more data to gain real-time insights using the latest research.
Bard uses Google’s latest language model: PaLM 2.ChatGPT uses GPT 3.5 technology with GPT 4 technology available in the paid version – ChatGPT Plus.
Bard creates more information, while ChatGPT creates the content as a single text message. Which chatbot is the best? At this point, it is difficult to determine which chatbot is better as both are in the early stages of training.ChatGPT efficiently generates and summarizes text requests. Bard answers questions better with more relevant information.
These chatbots are still being trained as users provide feedback, so changes may occur.
Which chatbot is the best?
At this point, it is difficult to determine which chatbot is better as both are in the early stages of training. ChatGPT efficiently generates and summarizes text requests. Bard answers questions better with more relevant information. These chatbots are still being trained as users provide feedback, so changes may occur.
Benefits of Bard:
- User-friendly interface.
- Better for research.
- Can find current information, e.g. B. current events.
- Summarizes websites.
- Does not track previous requests.
- May be susceptible to hallucinations and information creation by artificial intelligence.
- doesn’t offer many plugins and integrations.
- Sources on the Internet are not always reliable.
- Better typing.
- Save previous conversations.
- Can share answers with others.
- offers various plugins and integrations with popular websites and apps like Expedia, Instacart, and Zapier.
Disadvantages of ChatGPT:
- You need to copy and paste the article for summary.
- answers can be long and difficult to parse.
- facts must be verified to avoid hallucinations or misinformation.
- The extended version is not free.
- Generative Alternatives to AI
Other AI content generators are available. Several startups are also working on their own projects, including ChatSonic, Jasper, Open Assistant and Wordtune. Chinese search engine Baidu is also using artificial intelligence in an application called Ernie Bot.
The future of AI in marketing continues to change and adapt as quickly as it began, finding applications beyond content generation, such as customer service , email optimization, product recommendations and social media posts.