Tag: Google Bard

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Bard with Gemini Pro is not yet available in Europe

Bard with Gemini Pro is not yet available in Europe

Google recently unveiled the next-generation AI model, Gemini 1.0. To let the public experiment with the model, it is already been added to Google's AI chatbot. But Bard does not change today for Europe and will not do so for some time. By now, it is almost becoming a habit that Google is not i... Read more

date5 months ago
ChatGPT can now browse the Internet again

ChatGPT can now browse the Internet again

OpenAI has announced that its chatbot ChatGPT can once again gather information from the Internet. The paid Plus and Enterprise services users have been able to use this feature since Wednesday. The new capability strengthens ChatGPT's competitive position against similar chatbots from Microsof... Read more

date8 months ago
Google Bard will soon get extensions for third-party apps

Google Bard will soon get extensions for third-party apps

Google Bard will soon get extensions for third-party apps, according to 9to5google. This will allow Bard to better compete with OpenAI's ChatGPT. During Google I/O 2023, Google disclosed that meanwhile, work is already underway to support extensions or plugins for Bard. Among other things, the t... Read more

date10 months ago
Google Bard finally finds its way to Europe

Google Bard finally finds its way to Europe

Google Bard has landed in Europe, including language support for plenty of local languages and even text-to-speech in a select number of them. What can you do with the chatbot and what is it suitable for? Google released Bard a few months ago, which was made available in experimental form in the... Read more

date10 months ago
European websites do not appear to train Google’s AI models

European websites do not appear to train Google’s AI models

Google is defending itself against criticism of its amended privacy policy. Since July 1, this policy specifies that all information from the web browser can be used in training Google's AI models. At least, that's what the U.S. version of the policy says. Interestingly, the privacy policy outsi... Read more

date11 months ago
Google changes privacy policy to scrape content from all websites

Google changes privacy policy to scrape content from all websites

Google is changing its privacy policy to allow itself to scrape content from all websites. The change has been in place since July 1. In an updated privacy policy, Google grants itself the right to train its AI model with any information from the Web browser. The move may not come as a surprise... Read more

date11 months ago
Google doesn’t trust its own chatbot, so why should we?

Google doesn’t trust its own chatbot, so why should we?

Google parent company Alphabet is advising its own staff to be very careful with chatbots, including its own Bard tool. Despite having control over Bard itself, it does not want employees feeding sensitive information to the AI bots. It doesn't come across too well: a tech company that doesn't f... Read more

date11 months ago
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