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Google presents: The new upgrades in Bard AI

Google raises a level in the competition for control of the world of artificial intelligence-based chat-bots and provides significant upgrades to its chat - Bard, including a Google search to verify the boot's answers as well as the sharing of Bard with Google's applications

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Google is upgrading its artificial intelligence chatbot, Bard. The war for the control of chatbots based on artificial intelligence continues and Google is not letting go against OpenAi's chatGPT.

The competition to dominate the world of artificial intelligence (Photo: Shutterstock)

In the update released by Google, several upgrades were added to Bard that will give the chat-bot a serious advantage over its competitors, first of all, Google included the existing feature on answers in English - Google it, with which the bot could search for information on Google, correct mistakes in its answers and update its content.

Bard sharing with Google apps

Another groundbreaking update that currently only exists in the English language is the option for the bot to search for answers for you by interfacing with other Google applications such as Google Drive, Gmail, Google Maps, and more.

For example, if you are planning a trip, you can ask Bard to coordinate your free dates for meetings, by reviewing and searching in Gmail, the bot will also be able to search for real-time information about flights and hotels, recommend routes on Google Maps to the airport, and even recommend viewing In YouTube videos of things you can do in a requested destination - all in one call.

The integration of the chat bard with Google apps (Photo: Google)

Another action that the bot can make easier for you by interfacing with the other Google apps is when applying for a new job, using Bard can help you in the process. When you start creating a new resume document, you can ask Bard to find your old resume from Google Drive, summarize several things from it into a short paragraph, and incorporate it into your new resume.

However, Google emphasizes that these options will not be given by default in order to protect the privacy of the users, and even when this option is activated, it will be defined as personal to the user and the information will remain with him and will not be transferred to other users as well as for training the model.

At this point, most of the new features are in the English language, but Google has proven that the transition to other languages is faster than the other competitors in the market.

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