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Google Ai Bard is now more powerful and versatile than ever before.

In addition to its existing capabilities, Bard now has the ability to generate images, create custom plans, and connect with partner apps. It is also now available in more languages and has a shorter waitlist.

These updates make Bard a valuable resource for everyone. Whether you need help with a creative project, want to plan a trip, or simply want to learn more about the world, Bard can help.

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Here are some of the new features Bard has to offer:

  • Image generation: Bard can now generate high-quality images from text descriptions. This can be used for a variety of purposes, such as creating marketing materials, designing websites, or simply creating something beautiful.
  • Custom plans: Bard can now generate personalized plans for a variety of tasks, such as writing a blog post, creating a presentation, or planning a vacation. Bard takes into account your skills, interests, and goals, and it generates a plan that is tailored to your specific needs.
  • App integration: Bard can now connect with partner apps. This means that you can use Bard to interact with a variety of other services, such as Google Workspace, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Salesforce. This makes Bard even more versatile and powerful, and it opens up a world of possibilities for how you can use it.

 

It’s been less than two months since Google launched Bard, an experiment that lets you collaborate with generative AI. In that time, people have used Bard in a variety of creative and imaginative ways. For example, one user used Bard to help teach their 7-year-old fractions.

Google has been listening to feedback from users and has made a number of improvements to Bard. Most notably, Bard has been moved to PaLM 2, a far more capable large language model. This has enabled Bard to learn new skills, such as advanced math and reasoning, and coding. In fact, coding has become one of the most popular things people do with Bard.

But Google is just getting started with Bard. Today, they are introducing new ways for you to collaborate with Bard. For example, you can now use Bard to generate images, create custom plans, and connect with partner apps. Google is also expanding access to Bard to more languages and countries.

Google believes that Bard has the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with AI. Bard is a powerful tool that can help us with a variety of tasks, from creative projects to everyday chores. With its new features and expanded availability, Bard is now more useful than ever before.

If you are interested in learning more about Bard, or if you want to try it out for yourself, visit the Bard website.

Bard is now available to more people

Google is committed to making Bard a valuable resource for everyone. As part of this commitment, Google is removing the waitlist and opening up Bard to over 180 countries and territories. This means that anyone in the world can now try Bard and share their feedback with Google.

Google is excited to see how people use Bard in different parts of the world. Google believes that Bard has the potential to help people in a variety of ways, from creative projects to everyday tasks. With Bard now available to more people, Google is one step closer to making this vision a reality.

If you are interested in trying Bard, you can visit the Bard website.

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Google is removing the waitlist for Bard and opening it up to over 180 countries and territories.

This means that anyone in the world can now try Bard and share their feedback with Google. Google is excited to see how people use Bard in different parts of the world and believes that it has the potential to help people in a variety of ways.

Bard is now available in more languages

In addition to English, Bard is now available in Japanese and Korean. Google is also on track to support 40 languages soon.

Google is aware that large language models are still a nascent technology with known limitations. As Bard expands to more languages, Google will continue to maintain its high standards for quality and local nuances. Google will also ensure that Bard adheres to its AI Principles.

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Bard is now available in Japanese, Korean, and soon 40 more languages. Google is committed to maintaining high standards for quality and local nuances, and to adhering to its AI Principles.

Bard will become more visual

Google is working on making Bard more visual. This means that you will be able to see images and videos in addition to text when you interact with Bard. For example, if you ask Bard “What are some must-see sights in New Orleans?”, Bard will not only give you a list of places to visit, but it will also show you images of those places. This will help you to better understand what you are exploring.

Google is also working on making Bard’s prompts more visual. This means that you will be able to use images and videos to help Bard understand what you are asking. For example, if you want Bard to help you plan a vacation, you can show Bard images of the places you want to visit. This will help Bard to generate a more accurate and helpful plan.

Google believes that making Bard more visual will make it a more useful and engaging tool. By being able to see what Bard is talking about, you will be able to better understand and use its information.

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Google is working on making Bard more visual. This means that you will be able to see images and videos in addition to text when you interact with Bard.

This will help you to better understand what Bard is talking about and to use its information more effectively.

Bard will be able to use images in your prompts

Google is working on making Bard more visual. This means that you will be able to use images in your prompts to help Bard understand what you are asking. For example, if you want Bard to write a funny caption about a photo of your dogs, you can upload the photo to Bard and prompt it to “write a funny caption about these two.” Bard will use Google Lens to analyze the photo, detect the dogs’ breeds, and draft a few creative captions.

This new feature will allow you to boost your imagination and creativity in completely new ways. By being able to use images in your prompts, you will be able to give Bard more context and help it to generate more creative and accurate responses.

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Google is working on making Bard able to use images in your prompts. This will allow you to boost your imagination and creativity in completely new ways.

Bard is getting coding upgrades and export features

Google is working on making Bard a more useful tool for developers. As part of this effort, Google is incorporating developers’ feedback into a few key coding upgrades, including:

  • Source citations: Starting next week, Bard will be able to cite sources more precisely. If Bard brings in a block of code or cites other content, you can click the annotation to see the source.
  • Dark theme: Today, Bard is getting a dark theme, which is another feature that developers have asked for. The dark theme will make it easier on your eyes to interact with Bard.
  • Export button: Google is also adding the ability to export and run code with Replit, starting with Python. This will make it easier for developers to use Bard to create and test code.
  • Export actions: Google is also adding two new export actions that will make it easier to move Bard’s responses into Gmail and Docs. This will make it easier for developers to use Bard to create content for their projects.

These new features will make Bard a more powerful and versatile tool for developers. Google is committed to making Bard a valuable resource for the developer community, and these new features are a step in that direction.

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Google is adding new features to Bard to make it more useful for developers. These features include source citations, a dark theme, the ability to export code to Replit, and the ability to export responses to Gmail and Docs.

Bringing your favorite services to Bard

By incorporating the features of Google applications and services you may currently use, like as Docs, Drive, Gmail, Maps, and others, directly into the Bard experience, we’ll soon bring new methods to spark your imagination and curiosity. In addition, you will always be in charge of how you utilise these tools and extensions in terms of privacy settings.

With extensions from third parties, Bard will also be able to access a variety of services from around the internet, enabling you to take use of features never previously available. We’ll integrate Adobe Firefly, a collection of artistic generative AI models, into Bard in the upcoming months so you can quickly and simply convert your own creative concepts into high-quality images that you can subsequently modify or include into your designs in Adobe Express.

Imagine I’m organising a unicorn-themed birthday party for my 7-year-old. I want to include a cute picture with the invites. All I have to do is tell Bard to “make an image of a unicorn and a cake at a kids party” and it will do it quickly while upholding Adobe’s strict standards for morality and quality.

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