In a highly anticipated web advertising, Google’s AI chatbot Bard provided an incorrect response.
The internet giant tweeted a brief GIF clip showing Bard in action and called the chatbot a “launchpad for inquiry” that would help make difficult subjects simple.
What most recent JWST (James Webb Space Telescope) discoveries may I discuss with my 9-year-old? is Bard’s instruction from the advertising.
One of Bard’s comments asserts that the JWST was utilized to take the first pictures of exoplanets or other extrasolar planets. This is untrue.
In 2004, the Very Large Telescope (VLT) of the European Southern Observatory reportedly took the first pictures of an exoplanet.
The mistake was discovered hours before Google had a Bard launch event in Paris, where senior executive Prabhakar Raghavan predicted that consumers will engage with information in “completely new ways” thanks to the technology.
Raghavan described Bard as the company’s future on Wednesday, telling the audience that owing to generative AI, “the only limit to search will be your creativity.”
One day after Microsoft announced plans to incorporate the competing AI chatbot ChatGPT into its Bing search engine and other businesses, Google held its debut event.
An inquiry for comments was not immediately answered by Google. Bard’s debut was revealed on Monday.
Bard will conduct a study utilizing both the data found online and the comments made by individuals. The company is first making the LaMDA lightweight model version and the AI system available to testers.