Amid online rumours, Google has debunked them by stating that Bard is not trained on any data from Google or popular chat sites.
Many people were not aware of the fact that Bard was an education tool developed by Google. After its release on Thursday, November 16, it was hard to find information about the tool online. In fact, Google had not made any mention of the tool before this date. This sparked off rumours that the tool was still in development and would be released in December or January so it could use any data from Google or popular chat sites to train itself. However, with a statement released by the company on November 18th, these rumours have been dashed for good.
Bard is an education platform developed by Google that helps users learn new things through play-based sessions and utilizes more personalized learning techniques than most existing tools available in the market currently. This means it is hard to find information about Bard online because they are a newer addition to the tech company’s arsenal of
Bard is a search tool that gives people nice, personalized web experiences and takes in natural language input to generate results. But recently, it has been gathering information from Google and Bing but not Google’s own search engine.
This has led to certain rumors of the tool being used by Google to produce its results. However, this was done with the help of Google’s data which was captured through analytics tools and not by trawling the internet for information.
Recently, Google has closed down these rumors by tweeting about its plans for Bard which did not involve using the tool for any purposes other than personalizing web experiences.