Google Bard is Finally Available in India
The wait is over! Google Introduced Bard Available in India. Following the revolutionizing success of ChatGPT by OpenAI, Google released its own AI chatbot, Bard AI. And finally that is introduced in India and will be widely available in over 180 more countries. The interested users can easily access Bard AI Chat box via Google Bard official website. Bard is a main competitor of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Here are the 5 most important facts you should know to access in India.
What is Bard AI?
Bard is an experimental AI chat service developed by Google that engages in conversational interactions and primarily function like ChatGPT or Bing AI. But there is one significant distinction; it sources its information from the web.
Like other AI Chatbots, Bard can perform various tasks, such as coding, solving math problems, and assisting with writing requirements.
How can you access Google Bard?
To access the Google’s Bard AI chatbot, users may visit bard.google.com and login with your Gmail account. Since it is still be development phase, upon reaching the page, there is a message informing users that the chatbot is undergoing testing at present. However, users may proceed by selecting the option to “try Bard,” which will grant them access to the chatbot. There is some privacy agreement message. you may press “Accept” or “I agree”. That’s it, and you are straight to Chatbot interface. Cool.
Why should you go for Bard AI – Features
- Multilingual support: Except english, Google Bard AI can generate text in multiple languages, including Indian, Japanese and Korean and 40 more languages soon.
- Poetry and songwriting: The AI system can create poems and lyrics that follow different styles and genres.
- Creative storytelling: Google Bard AI can generate short stories in various genres, including romance, mystery, and drama.
- Customization: The user can specify the length and genre of the output generated by the AI system.
Future of Google Bard AI in India
- Preservation of Indian languages: India is a country with a rich linguistic heritage, with over 19,500 languages and dialects. However, many of these languages are dying out due to the lack of usage and digital resources. Google Bard AI can help preserve these languages by making them more accessible to a wider audience.
- Boosting creativity: Bard AI can provide a new platform for aspiring poets, lyricists, and writers to showcase their creativity. It can also inspire new writers to explore different field and styles of writing.
- Enhanced language learning: Bard AI can help people learn new languages by generating text in different languages. This can help people become more proficient in Indian languages and can also be used as a tool in language education.
- Commercial applications: Bard AI can be used for commercial purposes, such as generating content for marketing and advertising. It can also provide suitable option to create greetings or personalized messages for various special occasions.
How is Google’s Bard different from ChatGPT?
Bard stands out from other AI-powered chatbots due to several significant differences. Unlike ChatGPT, which has no internet access and is trained solely on information available up to 2021, Bard can access Google’s search engine. In terms of competition, Bard is more directly comparable to Bing Chat, Microsoft’s recently launched AI-powered search engine, which employs GPT-4, OpenAI’s most advanced large language model. Notably, Bing Chat has access to the entirety of the web, making it a strong contender against Google’s Bard.
Google’s Bard AI is a language model and having has multilingual support, specifically designed to create artistic and creative content in different genres and styles. It is a useful tool for preserving linguistic heritage and boosting creativity.
On the other hand, ChatGPT is a large language model that is trained to engage in conversation and provide answer to any questions on various topics. It is capable of understanding natural language and responding in a human-like manner, making it a useful tool for communication, research, and customer support. ChatGPT is not designed to create artistic content like poetry or short stories, but it can assist in language learning and provide personalized responses to queries.
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After entering the prompt, Bard creates multiple drafts for a single query so that the user can review different drafts before finalizing on one. Unlike ChatGPT, Google Bard present the entire response in one go. ChatGPT, on the other hand, follows a natural way of typing out the answer, more like human.
While Chat GPT was introduced November 2022 and both Bard AI and ChatGPT are advanced AI systems, Bard is very much new and still in development phase. Google admits that it is still prone to inaccuracies. In order to recognizing its shortcomings, Google admits that “Bard is in currently in experimental phase, and some of the responses it presents may be inaccurate, so double-check information in Bard’s responses.”
Is Google Bard available in India?
Bard is now available in more than 180 countries and territories, including India.
Is Bard Free?
You’ll be happy to hear that Google Bard is free! The general public can now sign up for the waiting list on the Bard website to start using the AI chatbot.
How do I try Bard AI?
Accessing Google Bard is so easy. Just open a browser and type bard.google.com as url. Login and start working.
Can you use Bard on mobile?
Ofcourse! Since Google Bard is not a App for any specific platform, you can access that through bard.google.com web url in your mobile of any operating system.
What is the best free AI chatbot?
The best overall AI chatbot is the new Bing due to its exceptional performance, versatility, and free availability.
So, Google Bard is here. You no longer need to keep waiting to try out Google’s AI chatbot, Bard. It is Google’s own creation so it is reliable than everything else. Though presently Bard is n beta version. But in spite of that it is gaining all attention all over India, as well as thought out the world.
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