Today, tech giant Google revealed the launch of its highly anticipated generative AI chatbot, Bard, in a limited early access program. The announcement presents an opportunity for users eager to experience the cutting-edge technology to join a waitlist for exclusive access.
The early access program is currently open to residents of the United States and the United Kingdom. Prospective users can sign up for the Bard waitlist by visiting https://bard.google.com.
In a statement released this morning, Google emphasized the potential of Bard to “boost your productivity, accelerate your ideas, and fuel your curiosity.” Built upon LaMDA, the Large Language Model (LLM), Bard promises to deliver a powerful and versatile user experience.
Google has also committed to providing numerous updates and improvements to Bard in the coming months. Based on images shared in the company’s blog post, the user interface appears strikingly similar to that of ChatGPT, another popular AI-driven conversational tool.
One feature of Bard is that on some responses, it will give you more than one response, which allows users to pick the one they like the most and continue the conversation if so desired. This can be a convenient feature for users of ChatGPT who often use the “Regenerate response” option if they didn’t like their first response. More information about Bard is available on Google’s official announcement page- https://blog.google/technology/ai/try-bard/