Google announced its ChatGPT rival – Bard – in February this year. Since then, the company has been making this technology accessible to users in more and more ways. For example, Google announced earlier this month that it was bringing the capabilities of its generative AI to Workspace. Now a few days later, the company has announced that it is opening Google Board to the public.
“Today we’re opening up access to Bard, an early experiment that lets you collaborate with generative AI,” Google wrote in a blog post.
You can use the Bard to boost your productivity, speed up your thoughts, and fuel your curiosity. You can ask the Bard to give you tips on how to reach your goal of reading more books this year , explain quantum physics in simple terms, or spark your creativity by outlining a blog post. We’ve learned a lot so far testing Bard, and the next important step in improving it is getting feedback from more people is,” the company said.
However, there is a catch. Not everyone can access and use all of Google Bard’s advanced capabilities right now. Announcing the development, Sundar Pichai, chief executive officer of Google and Alphabet Inc, said that initially, the feature will be available to users in the US and UK as an early experiment. Interested people living in the US or UK who want to try Bard can do so by signing up for it at bard.google.com.
We’re further expanding access to Bard in the US + UK with more countries, this is an early experiment that lets you collaborate with Generative AI. Hope Bard sparks more creativity and curiosity, and gets better with feedback. Sign up: https://t.co/C1ibWrqTDr https://t.co/N8Dzx1m0fc
— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) March 21, 2023
However, if you are living elsewhere in the world, you will have to wait a little longer. Google says it plans to make its generative AI, Google Bard, available to more users around the world in the coming months. This means that users in India may not have early access to Google Bard yet, but they should get access in the coming months.
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