Bard aims to improve upon previous language models in a number of ways, including:
- Accuracy and Factuality: Bard is trained on a massive dataset of text and code, which allows it to generate more accurate and factual responses than previous language models.
- Fluency and Readability: Bard is able to generate more fluent and readable text than previous language models. This is because it is trained on a dataset of text that is written in a variety of styles and formats.
- Creativity: Bard can be used to generate creative text formats, such as poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, and letters. This makes it a valuable tool for writers, artists, and programmers.
- Personalization: Bard can be personalized to fit the needs of individual users. For example, you can ask Bard to respond in a particular style or tone, or to focus on a specific topic.
- Multilingualism: Bard can translate between over 100 languages. This makes it a valuable tool for communication and research.
In addition to these general improvements, Bard also aims to improve UX in a number of specific ways, including:
- Context Awareness: Bard is able to keep track of the context of a conversation, which allows it to provide more relevant and helpful responses.
- Query Interpretation: Bard is able to interpret complex queries, which allows it to provide more accurate and informative responses.
- Error Handling: Bard is able to handle errors gracefully, which makes it a more user-friendly experience.
- Overall, Bard aims to provide a significantly better UX than previous language models. It is more accurate, fluent, creative, personalized, and multilingual than previous models, and it is able to keep track of the context of a conversation, interpret complex queries, and handle errors gracefully.