The artificial intelligence chatbot Bard from Alphabet has announced plans to launch in Europe and Brazil on Thursday, marking the product’s largest rollout since its February introduction and pitting it against Microsoft-backed competition ChatGPT.
Google senior product director, Jack Krawczyk, disclosed this in a blog post.
With the help of generative artificial intelligence, human-sounding programmes like Bard and ChatGPT can converse with users and respond to a wide range of questions, a development that have sparked cautious excitement across the globe.
“Starting today, you can collaborate with Bard in over 40 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, German, Hindi and Spanish,” said Krawczyk.
The tone and manner of Bard’s comments can now be changed by users to simple, long, short, professional, or casual, he noted.
They have access to visual prompts, can export code to additional locations, and can pin or rename discussions.