Google Bard now has the ability to to understand YouTube video content, and this opens up multiple use cases. Here's how this feature works. Gadgets 

Google Bard’s Latest Magic: “Watch” YouTube Videos Without Lifting a Finger!

Google Bard was Google’s answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT when it was released earlier this year. Over time, the PaLM 2 LLM-based chatbot has received some love from Google thanks to the countless features it has received this year. However, Google does not stop, it continues to add new features to the chatbot. The latest is its ability to understand YouTube video content. Bard can now browse YouTube videos and essentially “watch” them to gather information for you. This feature can potentially be used for research purposes, finding food recipes, or…

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Google Bard will be available for teenagers as long as they meet the minimum age requirement for having a Google account in their respective country. AI 

Teens: Get Ready to Take Your Projects and Math Skills to the Next Level with Google!

Google Bard has been publicly available until now, but apparently the Chatbot, which runs on the Google Palm 2 LLM, was not available to teenagers. However, as of today, the popular ChatGPT competitor is available to teenagers as long as they meet the minimum age limit for a Google account in their country. Google says Bard is a useful and informative tool for teenagers. They can find inspiration, hobbies and even get help with writing, finding universities for further studies and learning new sports. Google is also not afraid of…

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Google Bard's new update allows the chatbot to integrate with Google apps and services like Gmail, Docs, Drive, Maps, YouTube, and Google Flights and hotels. News 

Gmail, Maps Now Have Google Assistant Built-In to Check for Spelling and Grammar Mistakes

Google has released a new version of its Bard generative AI chatbot. The new update enables the integration of the chatbot with Google applications and services, such as Gmail, Docs, Drive, Maps, YouTube, and Google Flights and Hotels. Google calls this version of Bard its most powerful model yet, and has improved the “Google it” feature to check the accuracy of Bard’s answers. Citing an example, Google said you could apply for a new job and use Bard to help you through the process. “You can ask Bard to ‘find…

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Google has given a small group of companies access to an early version of Gemini, its conversational artificial intelligence software. AI 

Google Set to Launch New ChatGPT Competitor

(Reuters) – Alphabet’s Google has given a small number of companies access to an early version of Gemini, its conversational artificial intelligence software, The Information said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. According to the report, Gemini is intended to compete with OpenAI’s GPT-4 model. For Google, the stakes of launching Gemini are high. Google has ramped up its investment in generative AI this year, snapping up Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s ChatGPT after last year’s launch to take the tech world by storm. Gemini is a collection of large-language templates…

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Google is said to be in the process of creating a new AI assistant to help users with advice and potentially even serving as a tutor. AI 

Google Experiments With AI To Create A Virtual Personal Mentor

With Google finally catching up with OpenAI’s ChatGPT via Google Bard, after the rival got a head start last year, the search giant is now looking to further expand its generative AI portfolio by launching new AI tools that could offer users life advice. Google’s AI teams — including Deepmind — are said to be testing a new AI assistant that can perform “at least 21 different personal and professional tasks,” such as providing life advice, design ideas and even tutoring, according to The New York Times. The release suggests…

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Llama 2 is a generative AI model but there are a few key differences between Meta’s Llama 2 and its competitors—including OpenAI’s GPT-4 (ChatGPT) and Google PaLM 2 (Bard). Check the differences here. AI 

Meta’s Llama 2: What Sets It Apart From Google Bard and ChatGPT?

The year 2023 is undeniably becoming the era of artificial intelligence, as numerous companies are in a competitive race to introduce their own generative AI models. Following this trend, Meta has also joined in by unveiling an enhanced edition of its LLaMa LLM model, known as Llama 2. Notably, Meta has made this model open source, allowing it to be accessed free of charge for both commercial and research applications. Meta and Microsoft have partnered to share Llama 2, which is now available in the Azure AI model catalog. Here’s…

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In another major update, Google has added support for nine Indian languages like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, and Urdu. Google is now supporting over 40 languages for Bard including Bahasa Indonesia. AI 

Google Bard Now Offers Support for Hindi, Bengali and 7 Other Indian Languages to Compete with ChatGPT

Google has expanded the availability of its ChatGPT alternative, Bard, to 180 countries, including India, as announced during Google I/O 2023 in May. In a recent update, Google has further included support for nine Indian languages, namely Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, and Urdu. This brings the total number of supported languages for Bard to over 40, including Bahasa Indonesia. With support for over 40 languages, it’s useful if users want to hear the correct pronunciation of a word or listen to a poem or script. “Simply…

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If you happen to ask Google about Bard and its generative AI aspirations, Google has one clear answer: Bard is an AI experiment by Google. AI 

Google AI Bard Not Ready For Commercial Use Yet, No Plans To Generate Revenue Currently: Amar Subramanya

Despite the recent launch of ChatGPT Plus subscription for generative AI responses, Google currently has no intentions of monetizing its Bard AI. Amar Subramanya, VP of Engineering at Bard, stated during a media interaction that Bard is still in the experimental phase and is being enhanced on a daily basis. Google is actively working together across its teams to enhance its own services through Bard. In a major update, Google has announced that Bard now recognizes new languages and is available in over 40 languages, including nine Indian languages –…

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It understands 40 languages and can speak its responses. AI 

Google’s AI chatbot has Acquired the Ability to Speak in the Style of William Shakespeare

Google’s chatbot AI, Bard, received several new features and functions in its latest update on Thursday. These include an increase in linguistic knowledge, improved response controls with more subtlety, and the capability to respond using spoken word as well as text. As a result, Bard can now engage in conversations in almost 48 different languages. Users can now chat with the AI in languages including Arabic, Chinese, German, Hindi and Spanish, and access the platform from more locations on the planet, including Brazil and “all around Europe,” Jack Krawczyk, Bard’s…

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Google has announced that it is modifying its privacy policy and framework for training its AI models. This means that it will now be able to crawl publicly available data and use it to train its models. AI 

Google Utilizes Publicly Accessible Data to Train AI Models Such as Bard

Google has recently declared changes to its privacy policy and AI training framework, enabling it to utilize publicly accessible data for training its models. This is in line with the trend of top brands – including Google itself – releasing AI-focused products and data that could change the way we work. To do this, Google and other companies like OpenAI need large data sets to train chatbots or large language models in general. As ReturnByte discovered, Google has changed the wording of its privacy policy, changing “AI models” to “language…

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It can use public data to create products like Bard and Cloud AI capabilities, Google says. AI 

Google’s New Privacy Policy Allows for Use of Public Data to Train AI Models

Google has recently revised its privacy policy, specifying that it may utilize publicly accessible data to enhance its AI models. The company modified the language of its policy, replacing “AI models” with “language models.” Additionally, Google declared its intention to employ publicly available information not only for creating features but also for developing complete products such as “Google Translate, Bard, and Cloud AI capabilities.” Through this policy update, Google aims to inform users that any content they publicly share online could potentially be utilized to train Bard, future iterations of…

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The latest AI model from Google uses the existing data and helps you filter through the content in an organised manner. AI 

Google’s AI Note Taking Feature to Be Accessible to a Wider Audience: Here’s What You Need To Know

Later this year, Google plans to release its AI-driven tools to the market. Recently, the company presented its latest products, including Project Tailwind, an AI-powered notebook designed to assist with note-taking. Google utilized its PaLM 2 language model to develop this tool, which is expected to enhance note-taking capabilities through its AI technology. It can also answer questions and help you summarize your notes. But when the user will get to experience the feature and who all can use it right now, here are all the details. Project Tailwind Aka…

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Regulators want to know how the generative AI protects privacy. AI 

Google Delays Launch of Bard AI in EU Due to Privacy Issues

The launch of Google Bard in Europe has been postponed due to the intervention of the Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC), which oversees data in the European Union. The generative AI chatbot was scheduled to be released this week, but the IDPC has demanded a comprehensive privacy briefing, data impact assessment, and supporting information before granting approval. Deputy Commissioner Graham Doyle has stated that the agency has not yet received the necessary details. According to Doyle, the commission is still in the midst of an “ongoing investigation” of Bard. It…

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Other search updates include Lens identifying skin abnormalities, more places to try Immersive View and more. AI 

Google Search Now Offers Skin Condition Detection and AI Model Clothes Try-Ons

Google has unveiled a range of new search updates, including features for travel planning and clothes shopping. Additionally, Lens, which was previously used for identifying plants and historical objects, can now identify skin abnormalities. By uploading a picture into Lens, users can view similar images to determine if they have a tick bite or other skin issues. However, it is important to consult with a doctor if there are any concerns about spots on the skin, as relying solely on Google searches can lead to unnecessary anxiety. What’s more fun…

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Know all about these popular chatbots. (Unsplash) AI 

Competition in the AI Chatbot Market: ChatGPT, ChatSonic, Google Bard, and Ernie Bot

In recent years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has experienced a remarkable surge in growth, impacting various sectors including farming, healthcare, education, and industries. It is important to note that AI is not the same as Skynet from ‘The Terminator’. Many companies are embracing AI, with examples such as Tesla FSD and companion robots like Miko, EMO, and Cozmo. Additionally, AI-powered chatbots have emerged to assist users in various tasks such as creating content, engaging in conversations, and even generating new cocktails. The technology behind these chatbots is known as Generative AI.…

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It can also now export to Sheets. AI 

Google’s AI System Improving its Programming Skills

In the continuous pursuit of having the most sophisticated AI, it appears that a new announcement is made on a daily basis. Google has recently revealed its latest update to Bard, which includes enhanced advanced reasoning and mathematical capabilities. Bard no longer relies exclusively on LLMs who are best at forecasting versus solving complex problems. Instead, it should now recognize when further processing could help, and then generate code-behind to improve correctness. According to Google, this update improved the accuracy of calculus-based word and math problems in their internal challenge…

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Know when the next big solar storm can strike the Earth, according to Google Bard. (NOAA) AI 

Inquiry to Google Bard Uncovers Chilling Response to Solar Storm Prediction

As we approach the anticipated arrival of a large coronal mass ejection (CME) cloud between June 7-8, the Earth remains in a state of anticipation. Recent weeks have seen minimal solar activity, but this is expected to change with the presence of up to eight sunspots on the side of the Sun facing Earth. Despite this, the timing of the next significant solar storm remains unknown. In an effort to gain insight, we consulted Google Bard, an AI chatbot, and were surprised by the alarming information it provided. Artificial intelligence…

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UNESCO will involve women in AI through the recommendation to advance the ethical development and deployment of AI for fair and inclusive results, with a specific emphasis on gender diversity and empowerment AI 

Experts Agree: Involving Women is Crucial for Reducing AI Gender Bias – Google, UNESCO Lead the Way

Google’s Bard, in collaboration with UNESCO and Indian experts, suggests that involving women in the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) can lead to the creation of AI that is fair, unbiased, and beneficial to all. This comes as the rapid growth of AI raises concerns about its impact on society. Previously, it was emphasized that artificial intelligence uses data produced by humans, but it also inherits human flaws, such as distortions of age, gender or race. Google Bard’s AI chatbot shared an example of gender bias. He said that if…

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According to the company, precise location helps Bard provide more relevant responses about restaurants near you and many other things about your area. News 

Google Enhances Accuracy of Responses with Location-Based Features on Bard

Google has incorporated accurate location assistance into its AI chatbot Bard to offer responses that are more pertinent. Bard can start providing more relevant answers if you allow it to use the exact location of your device. You can manage your settings in location settings. Opens in a new window, Google said. According to the company, precise location helps Bardi provide more relevant answers about restaurants near you and many other things in your area. For example, if you ask Bard “What are the best restaurants near me?” It can…

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Users will notice numbers alongside the response, allowing them to identify the matching section of text and navigate to the source with ease. News 

Google’s AI Chatbot Bard’s New Update Improves Summarization and Acquisition: All the Details

Google’s AI chatbot Bard has received a new update aimed at improving its ability to provide summaries of information and identify sources. With this update, users can now get detailed explanations of topics without going into too much detail. This improvement makes it easier for users to access relevant information quickly and efficiently through the chatbot. In addition to a better summary, Google has also focused on improving the usefulness of Bard’s sources. The chatbot can now identify which parts of the response correspond to specific sources. Users will notice…

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