Google is launching the advanced version of its Bard chatbot, powered by Gemini Ultra. It’s the most powerful large language model from Google to date. “Bard Advanced will utilise the immense power of Gemini Ultra,” disclosed developer Dylan Roussel.
New Bard Offers a Bunch
The advanced Bard proposes several enhancements over the precedent version of Bard, this includes:
Better understanding: Bard advanced has the capability to tunnel deeper into complex content and comprehend clever nuances in language.
Creativity is elevated: Bard has the power to produce scripts, poems, musical pieces, and codes once requested with a cherry on top kind of skill. This helps all the creative buddies who are interested in arts and social media ‘influencers.’
Fact-Checking skill: Bard advanced insures having true responses based on its robust knowledge base. Nowadays we are living in a world where fake news are being published especially on social media platforms and for specific topics, like natural disasters, elections, wars, etc. That’s because it’s considered fertile soil for such news to be circulating nurturing people’s fear.
Customized engagement: The next generation of Bard learns from its past interactions that mold the responses of the user’s questions, likings, and preferences.
Smooth amalgamation: Given that Google is the parent company of Bard, then it has the chance to integrate with other Google products and services to get a merged experience.
All this Means What?
The advanced level of Bard helps users to have a handier and controlling experience with the Bard chatbot. Besides that, it has improved its performance for specific tasks like reasoning and math skills, creativity, and comprehension. Bard Advanced is not available to the public yet and that’s due to the testing phase that Google is undergoing, where a full release is coming our way very time soon without specifying any date. Although the shock, Bard advanced is offering a free three-month trial!
Google is unveiling further potential to give deeper interactions and communication with AI. Accordingly, it is not done here. Developers can now openly develop Gemini Pro and Gemini Pro Vision through Google AI Studio, where it can manage a diverse application progression that it requires with a threshold of 60 requests in one minute.
Let’s give Google the last word:
“Early next year, we’ll launch Gemini Ultra, our largest and most capable model for highly complex tasks, after further fine-tuning, safety testing and gathering valuable feedback from partners. We’ll also bring Gemini to more of our developer platforms like Chrome and Firebase.”
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