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Google's Bard AI is now available without a waitlist in 180 countries

2023-05-10 17:16 by


Bard, Google's experimental tool that allows users to collaborate with generative AI in a way similar to OpenAI's ChatGPT, has removed its waitlist process and is now welcoming users from over 180 countries to try it out.

In a blog post announcing the change, Sissie Hsiao, vice president and GM for Assistant and Bard at Google, made the official announcement.

"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," she wrote.

The software, which is now powered by Google's Pathways Language Model 2, or PaLM 2, will allow you to do things like ask for must-see sights in New Orleans and then provide you with photos of those places. That's a major change from the early version of Bard, which only worked with text.

Bard will also be able to draft e-mails and documents for you, and you'll be able to export those right to Gmail and Docs so you can send out something important or get a headstart on a project you are working on.

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