When you ask Bard questions, it will now display pictures from the internet to help you better comprehend them. These photographs are already accessible online, unlike Dall-E 2, Midjourney, Adobe Firefly, and Bing AI-generated images. Google, on the other hand, is working to incorporate picture production into Bard.
“We’ll also integrate Adobe Firefly into Poet so you can easily and quickly transform your imaginative thoughts into excellent pictures,” a Google official said.
You may also request photos directly in Bard. Versifier will also display the image source. This is useful if you want to investigate must-see sights in New Orleans, for example, or if you want to take a road trip and visit some gorgeous areas. In the future weeks, you can also utilize Google Lens to offer Bard relevant photos.
Since the release of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot that could nearly answer every query with a creative response, late last year, Google has been upping its AI game. Bard was revealed simultaneously with Microsoft’s inclusion of ChatGPT into Bing Search earlier this year.
Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, earlier this month, devoted a large chunk of its keynote to AI. The word was used more than 140 times throughout the two-hour talk. Google announced new hardware, including the Pixel Fold phone, opened Bard to the public, and displayed an AI-infused experimental search version.
Google Bard Adds Images to Responses’ plan to fully integrate AI into its search engine will change how billions of people get information online, but it may also force a reconsideration of the larger ad-driven internet economy. Following Google I/O, the company’s shares gained 4.1%, suggesting investor optimism.