Google's Bard chatbot wants court to break the search giant's monopoly

Google's newly launched chatbot Bard has argued in favour of splitting its own creator in order to break the search giant's monopoly in the digital advertising market.

The AI-based chatbot believes Justice Department's lawsuit against Google is an ‘important step in protecting competition and ensuring consumers have access to a fair and open market’.

Bard shouldn't have endorsed a viewpoint on the matter while conceding the chatbot can sometimes churn out inaccurate or inappropriate information.

Google's newest AI offering was released to the public in US and UK in the beginning and its release to other countries.

Unlike ChatGPT and GPT-4, Bard has the ability to access the internet and give out real-time information about any topic. However, Bard does not possess any multimodal abilities for now.