Things ChatGPT cannot but Google Bard can do

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Google has released its new AI chat service dubbed Bard in over 180 countries, with 15 more to follow by the end of next month. Bard is nothing but a Google owned and a sure-shot competitor to Microsoft-owned OpenAI-developed ChatGPT service that can answer anything and everything.

But there’s more to the release of the Alphabet Inc. company, and here’s some knowledge to share about it:

1.) ChatGPT offers answers from its own data repository, but Google Bard can offer answers sieved from the internet, giving users a great chance to find relevant information.

2.) In the coming months, Bard will be integrated with Gmail, allowing users to write emails, search emails, and use it for multiple purposes. On the other hand, ChatGPT doesn’t allow integration with Gmail or its own Outlook.

3.) In its beta version, Bard allows users to import files from Gmail and Google Docs, making it easy for them to utilize the generated content.

4.) ChatGPT doesn’t allow voice prompts, but Google’s new chat-based service does, making it easy for users to inquire using their voice rather than the typical typing format.

5.) OpenAI’s chatbot, ‘ChatGPT,’ was trained to answer questions using the repository it built until September 2021. However, Bard can answer questions with the latest content generated until April this year, providing professionals and students with the latest information from the AI-based conversational chatbot.

6.) Bard can explain coding in about 20 programming languages as soon as the user shares a link. However, as ChatGPT is not connected to the internet, it cannot explain programs from a link.

NOTE: Bard is available in Korean, Japanese, and Indian Hindi languages and will soon support 40 more languages. However, the reliability factor is currently missing in both machine learning models.

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Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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