Google Bard is the new chatbot of the Mountain View Company. Presented with more prominence at the Google I/O that took place a few weeks ago, is constantly evolvingregistering changes every so often.
An important one has just arrived, and it is that according to what we read in Android PoliceGoogle Bard has started to answer user questions in a more visual way, that is, including images.
A more pictorial and useful Bard for users
The new feature will make Google Bard able to provide us with images in search responses. With this, users can have a better idea of what we have searched for.
For example, if we ask the chatbot for a place to travel, this will teach us images of monuments found on the recommended site. It will be just as useful when we search for products, seeing an illustration of the desired object.
What we cannot expect is the generation of images, since Google summons us to the union with Adobe Firefly. On the other hand, in a few weeks we will have full integration with Lens, allowing us to ask questions through images. As we say, the visual section will not remain only at this point, Adobe’s solution will bring image generation to Bard.
As time goes by, this AI-based product will mature, and in the process, we will see the arrival of more features that enhance the experience. It is worth noting a major hurdle that gets in the way of Google Bard: availability in the European Union due to regulations. We still do not know when she will land in Europe, so we will have to be patient to wait for an official statement announcing it.
For now, we can access Google Bard using a VPN, although we will have to use Shakespeare’s language to understand ourselves with it. Also the integration into Workspace accounts is interesting, but we look forward to seeing it in action in more corners of Android as announced during the annual conference in Mountain View.
Via | Android Police
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