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Google has updated its Bard chatbot so it can now use its YouTube extension to check out specific videos. Then it can chat with users so they can get specific information about the video's content.
Google has announced in a blog post published today that it will be taking legal action against scammers who wish to profit from the hype surrounding generative AI and its tool, Bard.
Google has updated its Bard chatbot AI with a couple of new improvements. One will lets users summarize more of their emails and the other adds support for uploaded images in shared conversations.
In a brief blog post, Google has announced a new web admin control called Google-Extended. The control can be used to allow or opt-out websites from being used to train its Google Bard AI
A new report says that Google's two AI teams are collaborating on new services, including one where AI could give you life advice and ideas, along with tutorial sessions, planning assistance and more
Apple is working on new Generative AI based tools as the company plans to enter the AI space and take on the likes of OpenAI, Microsoft and Google who are currently enjoying first mover advantage.
At its I/O event in May this year, Google announced it'd bring support for extensions. While we haven't heard from the company since then, it looks like the "Extension" capability is coming soon.
Google's Bard AI chatbot is now available to access for countries in the European Union, along with Brazil. It has also just added a number of new features and improvements, including image search.
NotebookLM, previously known as Project Tailwind, will automatically generate a summary of your notes in Google Docs, and you can also ask questions to the generative AI to get answers from the notes.
A Twitter user typed in an unusual text prompt to see if ChatGPT and Google's Bard chatbot could create working keys for Windows 10 and 11. That actually occurred, but with some limitations.
The Irish Data Protection Commission claims that Google was planning to launch Bard this week, but it has not revealed enough information on how its chatbot AI will follow Europe's GDPR rules,
Google announced that it is now letting customers preorder its latest AI assistant, branded as the Duet AI for Google Workspace Enterprise. The capability comes with more changes and features.
Bard can now use what Google calls "implicit code execution" to offer more accurate answers for math and coding questions, and it has now added a feature to bring tables to Google Sheets.
Google Bard now asks users for their precise location. This enables the chatbot to provide better information about local businesses, provide local weather reports, give you directions, and more.
Google Bard can now pull in relevant images from Google Search. Just like the text responses, the images that Bard fetches tend to be spot-on. To be clear, Bard cannot generate its own images yet.
A new report says Google is planning to use generative AI to automate ads, which may include creating media assets and even for suggesting new videos that YouTube creators could make.
Altman added that he is concerned about how generative AI systems like OpenAI's ChatGPT could be used for misinformation and for interfering in future elections in his statements to the Senate panel.
Google has updated Bard again today so that it provides helpful summaries. It will also let you see which parts of the answer are from sources linked at the bottom of the response.
Despite a massive AI push at Google I/O 2023, Google's ChatGPT competitor, Bard, is skipping a release in the European Union (EU), possibly to avoid being grounded over privacy regulations under GDPR.
Google Search will be getting some generative AI features that will allow users to ask follow-up questions for text searches, and will also help with the company's shopping search features.
Google announced a ton of new and upcoming updates for its Bard chatbot and also revealed there is no longer a waitlist for trying it out. The chatbot also used the more advanced PaLM 2 LLM.
Google Bard now has a Dark theme that can be toggled in the lower left of the chatbot's interface. It's not clear if automatic theme switching is supported but switching to Dark mode takes one tap.
Google is developing a generative AI chatbot for Wendy's that will take drive thru orders from a single company-owned restaurant in June. It's likely it will expand to more locations in the future.
Google is also rumored to announce even more AI features at I/O on May 10, including an update to Bard that will allow it to solve more complex math and coding problems and more Workspace AI features.
Google I/O 2023 may only be held on one day this year, May 10, but it looks like it could be one of the biggest events in Google's developer conference's history, with multiple hardware reveals.
A new report claims Google is revamping its Search layout away from the traditional column of links in favor of showing more short videos similar to TikTok, and showing more forum discussions.
The latest update for the Bard chatbot AI will now allow Google Workspace admins to enable access to Bard for their users, allowing them to use it for business or enterprise tasks.
The homescreen widget would be a more direct way for Pixel phones to access Google's Bard chatbot AI, rather than use a web browser. There's no word on when this new feature might launch.
Among other announcements, the Biden Administration revealed that companies with AI systems like Microsoft and Google have agreed to have them tested at the annual DEFCON hacking conference.
Samsung sent out a memo to its employees barring them from using chatbots like Bing Chat, Google Bard, and ChatGPT at work after some employees used them to upload secret company info.
Ex-Google engineer fired from Google's Responsible AI team reveals OpenAI's ChatGPT rival Google Bard had gone sentient. This has caused months of delays in the product launch over safety concerns.
Geoffrey Hinton, who is considered one of the major developers of modern AI, recently left his job at Google so he could speak more freely about the risks of letting AI get out of control.
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When visiting Google Bard's website, users noticed that Microsoft Edge Canary and Dev now show a large Bing AI ad in the browser's address bar, offering to compare the two AI-powered chatbots.
The new feature will allow Bard users to not only generate code, but it can also help with debugging code. However, Microsoft's Bing Chat has had the ability to generate code for some time.
The merging of Google's two separate AI groups will likely speed up the development of its generative AI projects, including its Bard chatbot, as it tries to catch up with Microsoft.
The report claims Google's ethical AI team has taken a back seat at the company while it pushes out products like the Bard chatbot, which may offer a lot of misinformation to users.
Google's CEO Sundar Pichai told 60 Minutes in a recent interview that he predicts that there will be global treaties in the future to regulate the use of artificial intelligence and to limit misuse.
The 60 Minutes Overtime segment from CBS News showed a brief glimpse of the upcoming Google text-to-video AI program, but there's no word on when it might be released to the public.