Google Bard Now Better At Math & Logic By Using PaLM, Google Says

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Google’s AI chatbot Bard has introduced new improvements and understanding of Math and logic by using a new language model PaLM (Pathways Language Madel) which has 540 billion parameters and is quite similar to OpenAI’s GPT-3. With PaLM, Bard is able to power conversational AI chatbots such as ChatGPT. 

With the new language model, Bard will be able to understand prompts better and help generate more helpful and accurate responses for multi-step words and complex math problems. 

Google Bard Now Better At Math & Logic By Using PaLM, Google Says

Key Points: 

  • Google Bard has rolled out new and better improvements in Maths and Logic by using a new language model PaLM.
  • Bard is now capable of understanding prompts better and helping provide beneficial outputs to users’ queries. 
  •  Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai said Bard will improve and evolve, “So you will yourself see thoughtfully evolve there as well. 

Google’s Jack Krawczyk, who is currently leading the AI chatbot Bard, stated on Friday, Bard AI has rolled out new improvements towards Maths and Logic by using PaLM. These new improvements were achieved by Bard through PaLM (Pathways language Model) which is the new language model used by Google for Bard. It is powered by Google and has about 540 billion parameters. 

With the new language model PaLM, Bard will be able to understand the inputs and queries generated by users better and help provide more useful responses for math problems and multi-step words. Jack Krawczyk said the new capabilities have made Bard even more useful to users. 

Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, did an interview with the New York Times, where he stated new improvements and capabilities were coming. Sundar Pichai was not surprised with the less-than-stellar reactions received on Google’s AI chatbot Bard on the release since they utilized a tone-downed LaMDA model. Which was almost like putting a Civic against a powerful, advanced race car. But it will get better. 

In the interview, Pichai didn’t outright state that Bard won’t be able to replace search, but he did say, things are likely to adapt, although he didn’t deny it won’t replace search which was previously said by Jack Krawczyk as well. 

Sundar also said, “Sergey (Brin, Google’s co-founder) has been hanging out with Google’s engineers for a while now.” to which Sergey said, “It’s been one of the most exciting things he has seen in his lifetime.”

Sundar also talked about publisher concerns and the ecosystem. He said, “I think we have been quite committed to getting it right, with a publisher ecosystem.” Bard will improve and evolve, “So you will yourself see thoughtfully evolve there as well.” 

Yes, Google will keep on adapting Bard and try to improve the AI chatbot based on the feedback of users. We can notice it happens with OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing along with other chatbots. 

He said Google will be “bold and responsible” with Artificial intelligence and Bard. Sundar did claim he is concerned as it is so powerful but also “excited” about the future of AI as they look forward to updating google bard soon and making the AI chatbot better and smarter. 

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