We may have noticed the popularity growing for ChatGPT, the chatbot based on artificial intelligence, in which Microsoft invests huge amounts of money, and which shook the throne of Google in the literal sense of the word, as many of us relied a lot on ChatGPT in the past days, and only a few resorted to Google, due to the ease of obtaining the required surprisingly, except that it It seems that Google caught the matter early and was not too late, and it also took out its artificial intelligence techniques and announced the launch of the Bard chatbot, and both companies are working to add these artificial intelligence technologies to their search engines.

Remember that we sent a message to Apple regarding its delay in artificial intelligence technologies


Google announced on Tuesday about Bard, an AI chatbot project based on artificial intelligence that Google was already working on. His responses are that the service is now in beta for Google search and is set to become publicly available in the coming weeks.

What is LaMDA technology?

LaMDA, short for Language Model for Dialogue Applications, is an AI-based platform developed by Google. It is designed to build conversational AI systems, such as chatbots, that can understand and respond to human language. LaMDA uses advanced machine learning techniques to analyze and understand natural language input and generate relevant responses. Its goal is to provide developers with an easy-to-use platform for building conversational AI applications, so they can focus on creating great user experiences and innovative new applications, and it looks like its scope will expand after the advent of ChatGPT.

According to Google, "Bard is designed to combine the breadth of knowledge of the world with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models, providing high-quality responses, which is exactly what ChatGPT does."

Bard will launch with a light version of LaMDA AI, which is designed to be a good resource and information resource resource because it doesn't require a lot of computing power. The initial version of Bard is currently in testing, Google plans to make changes and improvements to it over time, and it will soon be available on Google Search.


Microsoft responds to Google by making ChatGPT available on Bing and the Edge browser

After Google announced Bard, Yesterday Microsoft held an event In it, it announced its plans to add its ChatGPT conversational AI tools to both Bing and the Edge browser, describing it as reinventing search engines with AI.

It stated that it is about to launch a brand new Bing search engine and Edge browser powered by artificial intelligence, which are now available for preview on the website. bing.com, to deliver better search, more complete answers, a new chat experience, and the ability to create content.


You must try for yourself… Notice in the following picture how the response is natural, as if it were from a real human being, and how he started with congratulations first before giving an answer. It is also very cool that the new artificial intelligence techniques support the Arabic language perfectly.


“Artificial intelligence will fundamentally change every category of software, starting with the largest category of all, which is search,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Microsoft says its new OpenAI model is more powerful than ChatGPT, and is optimized for search. It is a faster, more accurate, and more capable AI model.

The updated Bing search engine with ChatGPT integration is available starting Tuesday, albeit in a limited preview capacity. Users can try out inquiry forms on the Bing website and sign up for a waitlist.

Microsoft plans to expand the preview to millions of people in the coming weeks, and the mobile experience will be in preview soon.

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What do you think about adding ChatGPT and Bard artificial intelligence technologies to search engines? Are we on the cusp of a new era in which artificial intelligence may affect humans? Or will it be in his favour? Tell us in the comments.

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