Indians are Google’s response to ChatGPT is Bard. Google’s brand-new and experimental AI chatbot Bard is now accessible to users. The waiting list for the ChatGPT rival is now available for you to join and test out before it is made available to the wider public as of Tuesday. Bard, according to Google, allows users to outline and compose essay draughts, organise a friend’s baby shower, and get lunch suggestions based on what’s in the refrigerator. Users can join a waitlist to get access to Bard. The experimental preview version of Google Bard can be used without charge by users who sign up for the waitlist.
Real-time response generation is accomplished by Bard using machine learning and natural language processing. You can ask it to organise your six-person trip to Spain or submit a refund request email to customer care. Google’s AI technology isn’t fully developed yet, similar to ChatGPT, therefore responses may be incorrect or even offensive.
Bard, according to Google, allows users to outline and compose essay draughts, organise a friend’s baby shower, and get lunch suggestions based on what’s in the refrigerator. Users can join a waitlist to get access to Bard at First come First Service.
“Bard can help you be more productive, develop ideas more quickly, and satisfy your curiosity. You could request advice from Bard on how to accomplish your goal of reading more books this year, have him simplify quantum physics, or have him help you get creative by helping you plan a blog post “According to Google’s post.
What Bard can do for you?
- Bard can explain why lightning might strike the same place twice
- Bard can help you get started on writing your first novel
- Bard can help you finish your art studio tagline: craft, create, and …
- Bard can outline your blog post about summer mocktail recipes
- Bard can suggest more high-protein options to add to your vegan diet
- Bard can explain why large language models might make mistakes
and many more to come….
When i open ‘bard.google.com’?
I found below line:
Bard isn’t currently supported in your country. Stay tuned!
So, still we are waiting to luanch in india. but currently UK and USA People got access to use and roll out is begin…