Google brings Bard to India
Bard, Google‘s ground-breaking conversational generative AI chatbot, is now available in more than 180 nations, including India. The disclosure was made during Google I/O, the organization’s annual developer conference hosted at its Mountain View, California, headquarters. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, emphasized his excitement about Bard’s potential during his keynote speech, saying, “As models get stronger and more powerful, one of the most exciting opportunities is making them available for people to connect with directly. That is the chance we have with Bard, our conversational AI experiment. Bard is now available in Japan and Korea, with plans to make it available in 40 more languages, according to Sissie Hsiao, Vice President at Google and General Manager of the Google Assistant business unit.
To encourage more users to interact with the chatbot and contribute to its learning process, the majority of waiting restrictions have been removed. The Google Bard chatbot, which was previously only available to users in the US and the UK, is now expanding its audience to interested users in India, who may sign up for the waitlist on the Google Bard website. Pichai emphasized the quick development of Bard, stating, “It now supports a wide range of programming capabilities and has grown significantly more intelligent at reasoning and math prompts. It is currently fully operational on PaLM 2.
NewsOTG gathered that PaLM 2, Google’s most recent large language model (LLM), is the engine that drives Bard’s new chat application. Through Google’s PaLM API, Firebase, and Colab, developers have access to PaLM 2, which offers a wide range of possibilities for projects of all shapes and sizes. PaLM 2 exhibits its aptitude for learning more than 100 languages through a concentration on logic, reasoning, and extensive training in scientific and mathematical areas. PaLM 2, according to Pichai, might help developers everywhere and make it easier for coworkers who speak different languages to collaborate.
Additionally, Google disclosed its plans to add multimodal information to Bard, going beyond text-based responses. Soon, Bard will give responses accompanied by detailed images, improving user experiences and giving users a deeper grasp of the topics they have investigated. The fact that Bard has been made available in more than 180 nations demonstrates Google’s dedication to advancing conversational AI. Bard expands opportunities for communication, learning, and creative applications with its expanding capabilities. The possibility for improved human-machine communication is growing more and more optimistic as Google continues to develop and extend Bard’s capabilities.