Google has revealed Bard, its ChatGPT competitor that uses Google’s own language model, LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications). The statement comes only days after CEO Sundar Pichai detailed the company’s progress during an earnings call. Prior to the call, Google management referred to ChatGPT as “code red” since the AI-powered platform had gotten favourable feedback from users all around the world. Google said in a blog post that it is making Bard available to “trusted testers” ahead of making it more broadly accessible to the general public in the coming weeks. ChatGPT, on the other hand, is accessible for free testing. In just two months, it surpassed 100 million users.