In recent months there has been nothing but talk of artificial intelligence and Bard, Google’s AI, is one of them. In particular, in the last few hours it seems that information has been leaked regarding a future arrival of Bard on Google’s smartphones, or on Pixel Phones.
Someone will ask: “But isn’t it already available to testers by accessing from the Web?”. And indeed it is, and Bard can be accessed through this web page, although it is not yet available to anyone in our country. Where is the novelty then?
Based on an examination of the APK file of a recent application uploaded by Google to the popular site Google Play Store 9to5Google posted an article in which he speaks of a possible arrival of theBard’s app inside Pixel Phones complete with a shortcut on the widget to reach it quickly.
It is not yet very clear and there is obviously no official information regarding this app and the functioning of Bard on the widget. However, we can expect that the presence of Bard on the widget is not a simple link to the web version, but something more that could perhaps serve to integrate the AI on the device.
Very likely together with this novelty, Google could decide to extend its new AI to a wider audience and thus make it available to all owners of a recent Google Pixel model. In fact, we remind you that at the moment Bard is only available to a limited number of testers. Also according to 9to5Google, with time Bard on the widget will then be made available on other Android smartphones as well.
In the meantime, we look forward to the event Google I/O May 10th, which is Google’s annual conference dedicated to developers. In this article of ours, we told you about how you can follow this event live and what we can expect. In any case, it has already been anticipated that one of the main topics will be precisely about artificial intelligence.
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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