10 main differences between ChatGPT and Google Bard
ChatGPT and Google Bard are the two latest Artificial intelligence Tool available for users on the internet. Here are the main differences between the two.
- Training Data: ChatGPT is trained on a large corpus of text data, specifically 570GB or 300 billion words, while Google Bard uses Google’s proprietary Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA) technology.
- Data Sources: ChatGPT does not use the internet to generate answers, while Google Bard utilizes the internet as a source of information.
- Model Size: The size of the models is not specified in the comparison.
- Purpose: ChatGPT is designed for conversational AI, while Google Bard is designed to deliver solutions in the form of text resembling human speech.
- Fine-Tuning: Both models can be fine-tuned for specific tasks, but the specific process for fine-tuning each model is not specified.
- Availability: The basic version of ChatGPT is available for public use for free, while Google Bard is still in testing and only a select few have access to it.
- Subscription Services: ChatGPT offers a subscription edition called ChatGPT Plus with additional features, while it is not specified if Google Bard will offer a similar subscription service.
- Integration: Microsoft has made investments in ChatGPT and it is expected to be integrated into the Bing search engine, while Google Bard is expected to be a component of the Google search engine.
- Public Access: Google Bard is expected to be made available to the general public in the near future, while the basic version of ChatGPT is already available for public use.
- Enterprise Access: ChatGPT does not mention enterprise access, while Google Bard is expected to have an API version developed for enterprises.
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