Bard is the chatbot introduced by Google in response to ChatGPT and Bing AI. Chatbots are quite efficient at generating responses, but the process is time-consuming. When it comes to Google Bard, queries are answered in a solid block of text. Whereas ChatGPT and Bing AI generate responses by typing them out word by word.
When it comes to the qualities of a good chatbot, speed is one of the main factors. The speed of ChatGPT is reportedly higher than Google’s Bard. According to some recent pieces of information, Google is about to modify Bard’s responses. Reportedly, Bard will now generate responses in real-time instead of at once.
Bard will now generate word-by-word responses
Well, there are some advantages associated with both real-time and at-once responses generated by chatbots. You should choose the first option if you need your response right away. It’s a fantastic method for streamlining your chatbot experience. But what if, before it’s complete, you want to watch while your response is actively being worked on to make sure it’s what you want? You can get this with Bing AI and ChatGPT.
As of now, Google is interested in updating the Bard’s responses. With a word-by-word response, users will have the convenience of reading the response while it’s being generated. They can then easily edit the response since they will know clearly which part needs editing. Furthermore, users can also stop it before the chatbot is done generating the response.
Another thing that needs to be mentioned here is that users can also opt to turn off the new feature. It can be modified in the settings. Settings can be accessed via the popup notification that appears at the top of the screen.
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