Google Bard: Write Code in Various Programming Languages
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“Google, the tech child of Alphabet Inc said on Friday that it will update Bard. Bard is the chatbot of Google powered by generative artificial intelligence (AI) that helps developers write code for creating software.”
Since ChatGPT arrived, there has been an unstoppable war between tech companies about their own version. After OpenAI, Microsoft added that feature to its Bing search engine, and now Google has entered this war zone with its tool named Bard.
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Google, the tech child of Alphabet Inc said on Friday that it will update Bard. Bard is the chatbot of Google powered by generative artificial intelligence (AI) that helps developers write code for creating software. Bard is the clear intention of Google playing catch-up in a fast-moving race on AI technology.
In March, Google started unveiling Bard to the public to gain ground on Microsoft Corp. When OpenAI, a startup backed by Microsoft released ChatGPT last year caused a new storm in the technology sector to put AI into more users’ hands.
Google defines Bard as an experiment in the tech world enabling collaboration with generative AI. Generative artificial intelligence is a technology that relies on past data to create instead of identifying content.
Bard will be able to write code in 20 different programming languages like C++, Python, and Java, and can detect bugs and explain code to users.
Alphabet Inc’s Google said Bard has also been created in a way to optimize code to make it faster or more efficacious with simple prompts like “Could you make that code faster?”.
As of now, A small set of users can only access Bard and can chat with the bot and ask questions rather than using Google's traditional search tool.