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Google Bard goes beta: can it beat GPT4?
  Google has officially launched its newest AI language model, BARD, and the public beta is now available for testing in some countries. With this launch, Google has set its sights on its rival MS/Bing, which is already putting GPT-4 to use in the new Bing. In fact, since GPT-4's release last week, Google search usage has declined by over 60%, a concerning statistic considering most of Google's revenue comes from Google Search ads. Despite the setback, Google is confident in its AI capabilities. With unlimited computing power on its custom hardware and TPUs, Google raised expectations for BARD. To test BARD's capabilities, some experiments comparing it to GPT-4 have been done on the internet, and the results were quite surprising. Despite its beta status, BARD even outperformed GPT-4 in several tasks (e.g. writing programming code), however, BARD failed to fix the error in the code, while GPT-4 provided a perfect working to-do app with no errors. In terms of generating ideas, BARD's response was simpler and more "standard", while GPT-4 demonstrated creative depth. Also, both models provided accurate explanations of scientific topics, with GPT-4 generally slightly outperforming BARD. However, BARD deserves recognition for its transparency in providing a source for its work, something that GPT-4 did not do. Despite BARD's impressive capabilities, it is facing backlash on social media, with some people switching from Google to Bing. Nevertheless, Google remains committed to improving BARD and staying ahead of its rivals. The launch of BARD is a significant development in the world of AI language models. With Google's reputation as a leader in the tech industry, the release of BARD is expected to put pressure on other tech giants to improve their language models. While BARD may not be perfect, yet, it is clear that Google is determined to make it the best AI large language model (LLM) on the market. Will it succeed?