Google allows public practice with artificial intelligence
Google will soon open its artificial intelligence (AI) to the public for users to practice with. People in the US and UK will be the first to start with Bard. A spokesman said it was not yet known when the Dutch would get their turn.
Bard is based on a language model created by Google called LaMDA. After assignment, the most logical word order for the answer is considered. Google points out, “Language models are an exciting technology, but it’s not flawless.” For example, the information is sometimes incorrect, and the answers may reflect prejudices from the texts Bard was trained on. Google hopes that the technology will improve with many tasks from test subjects. Bard is designed in such a way that users can quickly see if the given answer is correct in the Google search screen.
Microsoft also wants to further commercialize its artificial intelligence. People can give the Bing platform a written task, after which the AI draws it. Microsoft explains the importance of Bing Image Creator: “The brain processes visual information about 60,000 times faster than text.” Image Maker works on the basis of the DALL-E technology model. This was released two years ago by the researchers at OpenAI. The lab, which was founded by Elon Musk, among others, has deployed the intelligent chatbot ChatGPT. This has been in the news a lot in recent months.
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