According to a report by The Indian Express, Google is developing an artificial intelligence (AI) model called Bard that could potentially offer virtual life coaching services. This comes as part of the search engine giant’s exploration of 21 different ways to incorporate Bard into various applications.
Bard is Google’s response to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which is also capable of generating human-like responses. However, both AI models have their limitations, including a tendency for “AI hallucination,” where the chatbot might provide false information or make up facts.
Google aims to utilize Bard as an AI-powered life coach that can provide useful advice to individuals. By merging its DeepMind research lab with the Brain AI team, Google intends to develop this module further. The goal is for Bard to answer critical questions with emotional intelligence using artificial intelligence techniques.
To add to that to life coaching, Google is considering other ways in which it can implement Bard. One possibility is creating a tool capable of generating scientific and creative content. Another potential application is assisting journalists with headline creation. These technologies have practical real-world applications but are also likely to impact society as generative AI becomes more automated.
While OpenAI’s ChatGPT currently leads the race in generative AI technology, Google seems determined to catch up. It plans on customizing Bard so that it can provide user-specific responses and compete effectively in the market.
It is worth noting that this information has been sourced from The Indian Express report ( As generative AI continues to evolve and find new applications, it will be interesting to see how Google’s Bard and other similar models shape our interactions with technology in the future.