Google’s AI chatbot Bard is ready to take away your woes (and compete with GPT)

Be at a loss for words: literally never

Open AI is like a genie in a bottle, but instead of granting wishes, it grants you knowledge and instead of being in a bottle it's on our ever-so-deary web. Imagine, till sometime back you'd have to write your own novels, create the perfect pickup line and even think of the response to a snarky comment, all by yourself. Fortunately, these are all things of the past as now we have smarty-pants AI chatbots, the new one on the block is Google’s Bard.

In a blogpost Google said, "You can use Bard to boost your productivity, accelerate your ideas and fuel your curiosity. You might ask Bard to give you tips to reach your goal of reading more books this year, explain quantum physics in simple terms or spark your creativity by outlining a blogpost. "So basically whatever you know about ChatGPT is basically what Bard can do, the only difference: it's owned and run by Google.

Google has currently allowed early access to Bard users in the US and UK, the company stated it will eventually broaden the access to more nations and languages. You can use Bard's experimental trial version for free by joining the Google Bard waitlist here.