Google has invited people in the United Kingdom and the United States to test its AI chatbot, Bard.
Google has launched Bard, an AI-powered chatbot that will compete with OpenAI and Microsoft-backed ChatGPT.
Google defined Bard as an early AI project to boost productivity, accelerate ideas, and stimulate curiosity in a blog post published on Tuesday.
Sissie Hsiao, product vice president, and Eli Collins, research vice president, wrote the piece, titled Test Bard and leave your feedback.
Bard begun rolling out access in the United States and the United Kingdom, with plans to expand to more nations and languages in the future.
“We will continue to improve Bard and add features, such as coding, other languages, and multimodal experiences,” according to the blog post.
The business also cautioned users that Bard may make mistakes in some of his responses.
Users must sign in to Bard using a Google account.