People haven’t exactly been impressed in the short time since Google released its “experimental conversational AI service” Bard. Coming up against OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing Chat (also powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4) users have found its responses to not be as knowledgeable or detailed as its rivals. That could be set to change, however, after Google CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed on The New York Times podcast “Hard Fork” that Bard will soon be moving from its current LaMDA-based model to larger-scale PaLM datasets in the coming days. From a report: When asked how he felt about responses to Bard’s release, Pichai commented: “We clearly have more capable models. Pretty soon, maybe as this goes live, we will be upgrading Bard to some of our more capable PaLM models, so which will bring more capabilities, be it in reasoning, coding.” To frame the difference, Google said it had trained LaMDA with

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