The race for neural network chatbots forced Google to take additional steps: the corporation asked employees to take part in training the Bard chatbot, which the corporation created as an analogue of the popular ChatGPT. Google employees will have to spend several hours training Bard and reviewing his responses.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent a letter to Google employees asking them to try the Bard chatbot and verify their responses. It is reported by CNBC.
Each employee was asked to spend two to four hours a week testing Bard in a corporate setting. It is not stated exactly how testing is required in the letter. The head of Google pointed out that chatbots have enormous potential for use not even in the future, but in the present.
Google introduced the artificial intelligence-based chatbot Bard on February 7. The project should become an analogue of ChatGPT, which recently gained significant popularity and even became the fastest growing application in history.
During the chatbot’s first presentation, Bard erred by incorrectly answering the question of how planets and exoplanets outside the solar system are imaged. After this embarrassment, shares of Google’s parent company on the Nasdaq plunged 9%.
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