So how are the latest “training” and “guardrails” helping the most prominent public facing generative AI, CHATGPT, to better serve humankind?
Tag: Bard AI
AI prompting itself, or other AI, is already possible, with a bit of human ingenuity.
Hordes of would-be “authors” are continuing to find their voice…well, their generative text-based AI voice.
They’re learning how easy it is to produce articles, promotional materials, blog posts, lyrics, short stories and even novels using Artificial Intelligence writing assistants like ChatGPT, Bard AI and others.
ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, and other “generative” AIs have been trained by filling them with the contents of the Internet—poems, legal analyses, scientific papers, travel guides, and any other items the trainers can find.
Racing to claim a larger share of the global AI market, Google has released a version of its Bard AI that can chat with you in 43 languages as well as English.
Meta Platforms is preparing to release LLaMA, its no-charge large language model AI to compete with ChatGPT and Google’s Bard.
In the course of writing this week’s article about EV technology, I had a fascinating exchange with Google’s generative text based AI, called Bard.
We recently probed Google’s Bard AI concerning the Russia-Ukraine war, and found that it displayed strong opinions about it.
As President Biden convened a meeting in Washington DC to discuss risks of AI, we obtained early access to Google’s Bard AI, a rival of ChatGPT.