About 59 more nations and territories, including Brazil and the 27 member states of the European Economic Area (EEA), now have access to Bard.
Nine Indian languages, including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, and Urdu, along with more than 40 other languages are now supported by Google’s AI chatbot Bard. Arabic, Chinese, German, and Spanish are examples of some of the foreign languages.
Additionally, Google is introducing new capabilities like the option to add photos to prompts, hear Bard’s responses spoken aloud, and modify Bard’s response length.
Users who want to hear a word pronounced correctly or listen to a poem or play can benefit from the additional features. To hear Bard’s responses, just type a prompt and click the sound icon. Bard’s responses can be modified by users to five distinct alternatives, including simple, long, short, professional, and casual. This functionality is currently available in English and will soon be available in more languages.
At an exclusive media conference, Amar Subramanya, vice president of engineering at Google, explained to reporters the limitations of Bard, saying that “when the model is asked complex questions, from a factual perspective, it can, in some cases, not be accurate.”
Additionally, Google is expanding the number of languages in which you can pin and rename chats with Bard. Now, users will have choices to pin, rename, and pick up recent conversations on the sidebar when they start a chat.