Google had been secretly working on an AI-powered virtual assistant since mid-2021, before late 2022, when rival ChatGPT was released, according to former responsible AI team member Blake Lemoine, who wrote a In a recent interview, Bard spoke about it.
Bard is a conversational AI bot based on LaMDA LLM. Blake told Futurism That OpenAI’s offerings aren’t outpacing Google. What Google has is far more advanced in terms of technology, and its speed is not affected.
He also said that he thinks Google is acting in a way that it considers safe and responsible. OpenAI released its ChatGPT before the curtains were lifted from Bard. Without putting a product name on it, Google has been working on Bard for a few years. Black said, “They were on track to release something in the fall of 2022. So it would have come out right around the same time as ChatGPT, or even before. Then, because of some security concerns that I raised. , they deleted it.”
According to him, Google could have released a product like Bards two years ago. Creative accuracy, and the prevention of gender, ethnic and political bias are important to Alphabet’s subsidiary. This comes amid a report claiming that Google is pushing out Bard and other AI products with poor ethical safeguards.