Google’s Bard AI chatbot gets dedicated update page

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Google's Bard AI chatbot gets dedicated update page
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Google has made it easier for users to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in its AI chatbot, Bard. The tech giant provided a dedicated page for the Bard AI project’s experiment updates, making it easier for users to stay informed about the latest advancements.

Previously, Google relied on Twitter to announce updates to Bard, making it challenging to track the latest enhancements. However, the new page allows users to access every significant update in one place, making it simple to keep informed.

One of the most notable updates on Bard’s experiment is the addition of extra suggested search topics when users click “Google it.” This feature can assist users in exploring a broader range of interests and discovering more related topics.

Furthermore, Google has acknowledged that Bard’s performance in math and logic prompts needs improvement. To address this, Google integrated advancements from its PaLM (Program and Language Models) project into Bard’s last update on March 31, significantly boosting its math and logic capabilities.

The result is a more equipped Bard that can better understand and respond to the multi-step word and math problems, resulting in more accurate and relevant answers. This is essential for professionals who rely on precise data for decision-making.

Google has also hinted that coding capabilities will be added to Bard shortly, which will further enhance the AI assistant’s utility. With the incorporation of PaLM’s advances and the upcoming coding feature, Bard is set to become an even more potent tool for users in need of precise information and versatile functionality.