Google Bard to shut down within next one to two years : Google Bard’s hilarious reply to a user

To compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing Chatbot, Google introduced Bard which was claimed as a complement to search by the company. Bard is a chatbot that users can bounce ideas off of, generate writing drafts or just chat about life with. Till now Google has not revealed any date as to when Bard will be available for full public access but yesterday it was made available to selected users of the UK and the US. This was considered an early experiment.

Since it was made available it has been receiving mixed responses from users. It was opened up so that users could collaborate with AI but it appears that instead of just helping with their work and talking with them, Google Bard is also good at making foreseeing the future.

It is because recently Killed By Google shared a hilarious response by Google Bard on their official Twitter account.

In Google, Bard users get a blank text box in which they can ask questions on whatever topic they like. A user asked Bard through this text box how long will it take before Google Bard will be shut down. To this, the AI chatbot replied that according to its knowledge, Google Bard will be shut down within 1-2 years.

Not only this Bard also explained the reason for its shutdown.  That according to some users, it is helpful but for some, it is unreliable and inaccurate. It also said that Google has cited the lack of adoption as the reason for the shutdown of Google Bard.

After reading Google Bard’s reaction, the comment section of this tweet was filled with many memes and fun emojis. Even some users shared images in the comment section to which Bard replied that it has already been shut down.

Google Bard is still under development and has not been made available to many especially not in India so we hope that Bard’s this future prediction doesn’t get true as not many users have experienced this generative AI.


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