Google announced at the I/O developers conference that it will expand Google Bard, a collaborative AI, to more countries and remove the waitlist to access it. Now it is available here in the Philippines.
Google Bard AI
“As we continue to make additional improvements and introduce new features, we want to get Bard into more people’s hands so they can try it out and share their feedback with us. So, today we’re removing the waitlist and opening up Bard to over 180 countries and territories – with more coming soon. Not just that: Bard is now available in Japanese and Korean, and we’re on track to support 40 languages soon. As we’ve said from the beginning, large language models are still a nascent technology with known limitations. So, as we further expand, we’ll continue to maintain our high standards for quality and local nuances while also ensuring we adhere to our AI Principles.”
Sissie Hsiao, Google Assistant and Bard Vice President and General Manager.
Hsiao also said that they plan to make Google Bard a more visual experience with its prompts and responses allowing you to use Google Lens. Google’s AI program was launched last March and uses a conversational AI model with generative AI that works with you.
ChatGPT, an example of collaborative AI, garnered worldwide recognition for providing comprehensive answers to inquiries on diverse subjects.