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Thursday, February 16, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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For the unversed, there is a new Artificial Intelligence-enabled conversational chat service in the town. It is Google Bard, which has been launched by Google to steal a march from ChatGPT. It's well known that ChatGPT belongs to OpenAI.

As per users, Bard is throwing up gaffes in what has been described as a "botched and rushed" launch. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has asked his engineers to spend more hours rectifying Bard. Google's stocks fell significantly after the launch of Bard.

As of now, Bard is not anywhere near ChatGPT in terms of image and user experience. Recently, writer and AI expert Nabil Alouani said that Google announced Bard to compete with Bing, which is Microsoft's search engine. And Bing will use some version of ChatGPT as an additional feature, he added.

There is also a view that ChatGPT is soon going to replace Google Search. But is it going to be instant? No. "I actually think it will be ChatGPT + 50 competitors, opening an entire new market," a Twitter user opined. "I don't think ChatGPT and other apps like it are going to replace Google Search anytime soon. Many people search, and Google Search is pretty good. But some are going to replace searching with chatting. They will have a dialog with data/services. Chat is the new UX," wrote HubSpot co-founder Dharmesh.

The future of Internet-based user search is set to undergo change. "Instead of having one entry point to general search, you might see a verticalization of search with different entry points: search for work, search for shopping, search for health," analyzed Ben Marcilhacy.

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