Google Bard’s AI expands to other countries and brings Adobe Firefly

While the ChatGPT system has been talked about almost everywhere lately, a competing system Google Bard is somewhat in his shadow. After its launch, it became visible only by a factual error in its own advertisement, but otherwise not much was heard about it. But this is also due to the fact that it was only available in the US and Great Britain, and then only to people who were lucky and got off the waiting list. It is now available in more than 180 countries and territories (in our country, however, the page still reports that Bard is unavailable), supports Japanese and Korean in addition to English, but support for another 40 languages ​​should be coming soon. Bard also got a new PaLM 2 language model to improve some features. It should mainly be about mathematical skills, the ability to “reason and reason”, he should also be better at programming.

Google Bard

Google Bard is also aimed a little more at searches, adds more visual elements and can add found images in addition to text. It also newly integrates the Google Lens system for object recognition, so that, for example, it can generate texts for embedded images based on the recognition of what is in them. In the future, it will also bring the integration of another AI system, namely Adobe Firefly. It should thus be possible to generate very high-quality images and “photographs” from the Bard environment.

It will also be integrated into other Google services, such as Docs, Drive, Gmail or Maps. Citation capabilities with source links should also be improved, not only for programmers, the dark mode will come in handy and the ability to program will be improved. To begin with, it will mainly be Python, and there will be the option of exporting the code and the possibility of running it via the Replit service.

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