Does Bard AI use feedback from users?
Yes, Bard AI uses feedback from users to improve its performance. When you interact with Bard, you can provide feedback on the quality of its responses. This feedback can be used to train Bard to generate more accurate and helpful responses in the future.
There are a few ways to provide feedback to Bard. You can use the “Good response” or “Bad response” buttons that appear below each response. You can also provide more detailed feedback by clicking on the “Give feedback” button. This will open a dialog box where you can explain why you liked or disliked the response.
Bard’s developers are constantly monitoring the feedback that is received and using it to improve the model. This feedback helps to ensure that Bard is providing the best possible experience for users.
Here are some specific examples of how Bard’s developers have used feedback to improve the model:
- Users have reported that Bard sometimes provides inaccurate or misleading information. In response, Bard’s developers have added new features to help the model identify and correct errors.
- Users have also reported that Bard sometimes generates responses that are offensive or inappropriate. In response, Bard’s developers have added new filters to help the model identify and prevent these types of responses.
Bard is still under development, but the feedback that is received from users is helping to make it a better and more helpful tool. If you have any feedback on Bard’s performance, please feel free to share it.