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We got access to google bard beta release : How does compare to bing and chatGPT

Updated: Mar 27, 2023 robot racing
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Google has recently announced that it is opening access to Bard, an early experiment that lets users collaborate with generative AI. Bard is powered by a large language model (LLM), specifically a lightweight and optimized version of LaMDA, Google's research LLM that can engage in open-ended conversations on any topic. Bard is designed to help users boost their productivity, accelerate their ideas and fuel their curiosity. Users can ask Bard to give them tips, explain concepts, outline blog posts or generate creative content.

In this article, we will compare Google Bard with some existing products that also use generative AI for chatbot applications, such as Bing Chat and ChatGPT. We will also highlight some of the strengths and limitations of Bard based on our experience using it.

Bing Chat vs Google Bard

Bing Chat is a chatbot service powered by Microsoft's LLM GPT-3, which was developed by OpenAI. Bing Chat allows users to chat with various personas based on celebrities, fictional characters or historical figures. Users can also create their own custom personas and chat with them. Bing Chat aims to provide an entertaining and engaging experience for users who want to have fun conversations with different personalities.

Google Bard differs from Bing Chat in several ways. First, Bard is not focused on creating personas or mimicking celebrities. Instead, Bard is more like a general-purpose assistant that can help users with various tasks or queries. Second, Bard does not require any coding ability to use it. Users can simply type in natural language and get responses from Bard. Bing Chat, on the other hand, requires some basic coding skills to create custom personas or modify existing ones. Third, Bard is more integrated with Google's ecosystem of products and services. Users can easily access Google Search from within Bard to check its responses or explore sources across the web.

ChatGPT vs Google Bard

ChatGPT is another chatbot service powered by GPT-3 that was launched by OpenAI last year. ChatGPT allows users to have open-ended conversations with an AI agent that can adapt to different contexts and domains. Users can choose from different scenarios such as chatting with friends, playing games or getting advice.

Google Bard shares some similarities with ChatGPT in terms of being able to engage in diverse topics and generate natural language responses. However, there are also some notable differences between them. First, Google Bard uses a different LLM than GPT-3: LaMDA. According to Google, LaMDA is more grounded in quality information and less prone to generating nonsensical or harmful outputs than GPT-3 . Second, Google Bard gives users more control over the generation process by providing multiple drafts of its response so users can pick the best starting point for them . ChatGPT only generates one response at a time and does not allow users to edit it or request alternatives . Third,

Google Bard has more features than ChatGPT such as voice input/output , image generation and sentiment analysis .

Strengths and Limitations of Google Bard

Based on our testing of Google Bard so far (which is still in beta), we have observed some of its strengths and limitations.

Some of the strengths are:

- It can generate coherent and informative responses on a wide range of topics

- It can handle complex queries such as multi-step instructions or conditional statements

- It can produce creative content such as poems, stories or jokes

- It can leverage multiple sources of information such as web pages or images

- It can adjust its tone and style according to the user's input

Some of the limitations are:

- It can sometimes provide inaccurate, misleading or false information while presenting it confidently

- It can sometimes reflect real-world biases and stereotypes in its outputs

- It can sometimes repeat itself or lose track of the context

- It can sometimes fail to understand the user's intent or emotion

- It has limited support for languages other than English

How to access beta testing program, you need to follow these steps:

  • Go to and sign up with your email address.

  • Wait for Google to send you an email with an API key that will allow you to chat with Bard AI.

  • Use the API key to make requests to the model and provide feedback.

  • You still need to have a good mastery of chatgpt prompt engineering skill.

However, it is not clear if Google is still accepting beta tester applications or how long it will take for them to approve your request. You may have to wait for a few weeks or months before you get access.


Google Bard is an exciting new experiment that showcases the potential of generative AI for chatbot applications. While it still has room for improvement,

it offers a unique way for users to interact with an LLM that can help them with various tasks or queries.

We look forward to seeing how Google will continue to develop and refine this technology in the future.

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