Google Bard, an early experiment that lets you collaborate with generative AI, is now available in Thailand English. You can use Google Bard to boost your productivity, accelerate your ideas and fuel your curiosity.
You might ask Google Bard to give you tips to improve your writing skills, explain machine learning in simple terms or spark your creativity by outlining a blog post.
If you are looking for a creative and fun way to chat with an AI, you might want to try Google Bard. Google Bard is an experimental conversational AI service powered by LaMDA, Google’s language model for dialogue applications. Bard can hold human-like conversations on a variety of topics, and even generate content such as poems, stories, jokes, and more.
Google Bard was first launched in February 2023 for a select group of testers, but now it is available for anyone to use in 180 countries and territories. One of the new features that Google Bard has added is the support for English, Japanese au Korean.
Google Bard is not only a chatbot, but also a creative collaborator. You can ask Google Bard to generate content for you based on your input. For example, you can ask Google Bard to write a poem about Bangkok, or a story about elephants, or a joke about durian. Google Bard will use its generative AI skills to create original and engaging content for you.
Google Bard is a free service that you can access through the website https://bard.google.com/.
All you need is a Google account and an internet connection. You can chat with Google Bard anytime and anywhere, and have fun exploring its capabilities and personality.
Google Bard is powered by a research large language model (LLM), specifically a lightweight and optimized version of LaMDA, Google’s model for dialogue applications. It’s grounded in Google’s understanding of quality information. You can think of an LLM as a prediction engine. When given a prompt, it generates a response by selecting, one word at a time, from words that are likely to come next.
While LLMs are an exciting technology, they’re not without their faults. For instance, because they learn from a wide range of information that reflects real-world biases and stereotypes, those sometimes show up in their outputs. And they can provide inaccurate, misleading or false information while presenting it confidently. That’s why we always encourage you to verify the information you get from Google Bard with other sources.
When using Google Bard, you’ll often get the choice of a few different drafts of its response so you can pick the best starting point for you. You can continue to collaborate with Google Bard from there, asking follow-up questions. And if you want to see an alternative, you can always have Google Bard try again.
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Zhong Li is a tech journalist who covers the latest developments in artificial intelligence, robotics, and biotechnology. Zhong Li is passionate about exploring the ethical and social implications of emerging technologies.