Bard Chatbot has been launched in 180 countries.
US-based AI startup OpenAI has launched its ChatGpt chatbot. This is an artificial chatbot. This means that whatever you ask him, he answers you from the information he has. Now Google has also launched its AI Bard chatbot.
Bard Chatbot has been launched in 180 countries. Also, Google has said that Bard will start soon in the rest of the countries. Currently, users will get support for only three languages in AI Bard namely English, Japanese and Korean. Soon it will get support for other languages too. Now with the launch of bard, the comparison of both chatgpt and bard chatbots has started. Today we are going to learn about things that Bard can do but ChatGPT cannot. This has been reported by Business Insider.
Currently ChatGpt does not allow users to access the Internet. But Bard uses the Internet to find the answer to your question. This allows Bard to answer your question with more information.
Integration into Gmail
Google said at its event that Bard will be integrated with Gmail. So that you can write Gmail easily in the App itself. While ChatGPT does not currently integrate with any email application.
Can easily export to Google Docs and Gmail
Besides the upcoming integration with Gmail, Bard already allows users to export generated content to Gmail and Google Docs. This can make it easier for you to use the content generated from it. But while using ChatGpt you can only copy content.
You can use voice prompts
Like other Google apps, you can use voice prompts to ask Bard questions. Which is currently not possible with ChatGPT. Voice prompts are easy to use. In this you can ask questions without typing.
New information is available
Bard is connected to the Internet. So it can provide you with new information. Currently ChatGPT is limited to September 2021. Bard can be useful for professionals and students as it provides you with the latest information.
Google’s Bard supports more than 20 programming languages. It is possible to get information about the program using just one link. ChatGPT is good at coding but it can’t explain the program to you if you give it a link.