Google recently launched a new AI language model, Bard, to compete with OpenAI's latest language model, Chat GPT. As someone who has extensively used Chat GPT for coding and other tasks, I was excited to try out Google's new offering and see how it stacks up. In this post, I'll share my experience with using Bard, comparing it to my previous experiences with Chat GPT-4 and exploring what it has to offer. While I was hoping for a smooth and seamless experience, my results with Bard were not quite what I expected from a company as experienced and reputable as Google.
Samsung has launched its newest 5G modem, the Exynos 5300, which guarantees incredibly rapid download speeds of up to 10Gbps and longer-lasting battery life. The modem can operate on both Sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G frequencies and is suitable for use with both SA (standalone) and NSA (non-standalone) 5G networks.
The upcoming global launch of ASUS' ROG Phone 7 on April 13th leaves uncertainty regarding the number of models to be announced. The ROG Phone 6's successor will be unveiled at the event. The standard version has been detected on different certification platforms such as TENAA, 3C, and Geekbench. Abhishek Yadav, a tipster, has disclosed that there will be no Pro version this time, only the ROG Phone 7 and 7 Ultimate will be launched. Furthermore, he has leaked the essential specs of these forthcoming products.
OpenAI has announced that its popular AI chatbot, ChatGPT, can now access the internet through plugins that grant it access to third-party knowledge sources and databases. These plugins are available in alpha to users and developers on the waitlist, with a priority given to premium ChatGPT Plus subscribers. OpenAI plans to roll out larger-scale and API access in the future.
Google has recently made an announcement that its AI language generation tool 'Bard' is now available for public access. With this move, the competition in the AI language generation space is intensifying as Google's new tool will compete with its existing ChatGPT technology. Although 'Bard' has been initially rolled out in the US and UK, Google plans to expand its access to other countries and languages gradually. This release is an opportunity for users to collaborate with generative AI, as Google aims to experiment with this new technology.
Huawei, which has been at the forefront of foldable phone technology, has recently released the Mate X3 as a follow-up to their previous models, the Mate X from 2019 and the Mate X2 from 2021.
The Mate X3 features a book-like design that is similar to the Mate X2 and the Galaxy Z Fold series. It comes equipped with a 7.85-inch internal folding screen that boasts a resolution of 2,496 × 2,224 and a refresh rate of 120Hz, as well as a 6.4-inch FHD+ curved smartphone display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Although the folding screen does not have ultra-thin glass protection, Huawei claims that it has a durable design that can withstand impacts.
Nothing's TWS Portfolio Expands with the Ear (2): The Latest Addition to Elevate Your Listening Experience!
The long wait is over as Nothing, the brainchild of Carl Pei, has launched its highly-anticipated third truly wireless earbuds, the Nothing Ear (2), worldwide, including in India, and soon to be available in the US market. Building on the success of its predecessor, the Ear (1), the Ear (2) promises to take audio experience to the next level with significant upgrades in audio quality, battery life, and more.
There has been a lot of buzz in the tech world about Xiaomi's new operating system, MIOS. Rumors have been circulating for a while, but recently, insiders on Twitter shared a screenshot of the "About" screen, which allegedly features the MIOS logo. While some have dismissed this as a hoax, there are reasons to believe that MIOS is, in fact, being developed, and this leak has piqued the interest of many.
Since its launch, ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI in the US, has undergone numerous upgrades. The underlying AI technology has advanced to such an extent that concerns have been raised about its potential to replace jobs and spread misinformation. OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman, has acknowledged feeling a sense of apprehension about the invention but remains optimistic about the positive impact it can have.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, made an unexpected announcement that the social media giant will make its recommendation algorithm open-source on March 31st. Twitter has always kept its algorithms confidential, so this decision is unprecedented.