Google launches ChatGPT rival Bard in 50 extra international locations together with EU, Brazil

Google has raced to meet up with rival Microsoft, which has rushed to combine ChatGPT-like powers in a big selection of its merchandise, together with the Bing search engine.

Bard is “now accessible in a lot of the world, and in probably the most broadly spoken languages,” Bard’s product lead Jack Krawczyk and vice chairman Amarnag Subramanya wrote in a weblog.

“As a part of our daring and accountable strategy to AI, we have proactively engaged with consultants, policymakers and privateness regulators on this enlargement,” they mentioned.

The corporate mentioned it will incorporate person suggestions and take steps to guard individuals’s privateness and information because it broadens entry to Bard.

The AI device can now be utilized in over 40 languages together with Arabic, Chinese language, German, Hindi and Spanish. It was beforehand accessible in three languages – English, Japanese and Korean.

Google additionally introduced new options, together with receiving audio responses from Bard or solutions in 5 completely different types: easy, lengthy, brief, skilled or informal.

One other new characteristic permits customers to add photographs that Bard can analyse for data.

Final month, the European Parliament backed a draft regulation that would be the foundation for the world’s first complete guidelines for AI.

It consists of particular provisions for generative AI methods, similar to ChatGPT and Dall-E, able to producing textual content, pictures and different media.

The parliament and the EU’s member states will negotiate on the regulation earlier than it’s accepted and the bloc desires to strike a deal by the tip of the yr.

The principles stipulate that AI-generated content material should be declared as such and bans some AI together with real-time facial recognition methods.

The rise of AI has raised a slew of issues, together with the likelihood that it might make a variety of jobs out of date.


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