Google Starts Granting Access to its ChatGPT Competitor Bard


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Google initiated the public release of its chatbot Bard, seeking users and feedback to obtain a competitive advantage over Microsoft. US and UK-based consumers can now acquire English-language access to Bard, which was earlier open to approved testers. Bard constructs text blocks and offers three versions of a given answer, among which users can toggle to obtain the desired results. However, as per Google’s website, Bard does not proficiently generate computer codes like ChatGPT and has limited its memory of former exchanges in a chat.

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