Google has recently announced that it will roll out Bard, its generative AI chatbot, in over 180 countries, including India. Bard is a large language model (LLM) that can perform a variety of tasks, including generating text, answering questions informatively, and translating languages. The company is continuously working on improving Bard’s capabilities to make it more useful to users.
Bard chatbot AI – Its Capabilities
Bard is still under development, but it can perform various tasks, including following instructions, answering questions comprehensively, and generating different types of creative text content, such as poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, and more.
Bard chatbot AI Rollout in India
India is one of the world’s largest markets for smartphones and internet users. Therefore, Google’s rollout of Bard in India is significant. Google hopes that Bard will be a valuable tool for Indians seeking information, entertainment, and productivity assistance.
Bard chatbot AI – Improving Its Capabilities
Google is continually working on improving Bard’s capabilities so that it can be even more useful to users. Bard’s rollout to more countries and languages will make it more accessible to people worldwide.
About Bard chatbot AI
Bard, the generative AI chatbot from Google, was initially launched in the US and UK in 2022. Google is expected to continue rolling out Bard in other English-speaking countries before expanding to other regions.
Given Google’s strong presence in Asia, Bard is likely to be made available in several Asian countries, including China, Japan, South Korea, and India. Eventually, Google aims to make Bard available in most countries worldwide. However, due to potential technical or regulatory hurdles, it is possible that some countries may not be included in the initial rollout.
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