More than 180 nations now have access to the Bard chatbot thanks to Google. Google’s PaLM 2 powers Bard, which has enhanced coding, mathematical, and thinking abilities. Bard will interact with Google applications and Adobe Firefly, enhancing its ability to create images.
In order to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Google has opened up access to its chatbot Bard to more than 180 nations and removed the waiting restriction. Additionally, as part of its campaign to rule the AI chatbot industry, Google has added a number of new capabilities to Bard. With ambitions to support 40 additional languages soon, Bard is already accessible in Korean and Japanese to broaden its appeal.
Bard’s most recent iteration is currently driven by Google’s PaLM 2, their most recent long language model, which has allowed the chatbot to grow in a number of areas, including coding prowess, complex maths, and reasoning ability.
This is how one can utilise Bard for free:
1.Go to Bard’s official website at bard.google.com.
2.Click the ‘Try me’ button in the lower right corner of the website to launch Bard’s chat feature.
3.Click “I agree” to accept Google Bard’s privacy statement at the bottom of the website.
Google Bard is now accessible and used without waiting for free.
New features coming to Google Bard:
Google unveiled some of the features that may be included in the next Bard releases during the Google I/O event. The fact that Bard will prioritise improving the visual component of its replies is one of the most noticeable changes. This means that when responding to queries like “Best restaurants in the Hazratganj area” or “Best places to visit in Lucknow,” Bard will also provide visuals in addition to text.
The official Google blog entry about Bard states that “you’ll get a helpful response along with rich visuals to give you a much better sense of what you’re exploring.” Users also have the option to add photos to their prompts while using Google Lens and Bard, which is another new function. Additionally, Google Docs, Drive, Gmail, and Maps will all be linked with Bard. Bard can also produce photos when used in conjunction with Adobe Firefly.
Bard will soon incorporate Adobe Firefly, a group of imaginative, generative AI models from Adobe. Users will be able to accomplish this fast and efficiently to convert their original ideas into high-quality pictures that can be further altered or incorporated to creations in Adobe Express.
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