Google Introduces New Features for Bard as ChatGPT Outshines in Traffic
Google has announced the launch of new features for its generative artificial intelligence (AI) system, Bard, as it strives to catch up with the popularity of Microsoft-backed OpenAI's ChatGPT.
Bard will now have the ability to fact-check its answers and analyze users' personal Google data.
Despite the release of ChatGPT last year, which quickly gained popularity and became one of the top 30 websites globally, Bard has struggled to gain traction. In an effort to bridge the gap, Google is rolling out Bard Extensions, allowing users to import data from other Google products.
Additionally, Bard users will now be able to see which parts of Bard's answers differ from and agree with Google search results, addressing the issue of inaccurate responses known as "hallucinations." Google is also working on enabling external companies to connect their applications to Bard in the future. These new features aim to build users' trust in generative AI and enhance Bard's performance.
Google has introduced new features for its generative AI system, Bard, to compete with the popularity of ChatGPT.
Bard will now fact-check its answers and analyze users' personal Google data.
Despite ChatGPT's success, Bard has struggled to gain significant traffic.