Latest Google Bard Update: Image Recognition, Speech, and Hindi Understanding

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Google Bard recently made its biggest announcement to date. The search engine behemoth has equipped its AI with the capacity to speak, alter tones, record conversations, export code, and even incorporate visuals into prompts. With this upgrade, Bard now has both eyes and the ability to communicate.

With support for more than 40 languages, including Hindi, Arabic, Chinese, German, and Spanish, Bard is now accessible in a number of nations throughout the world. Additionally, Bard has increased its reach to other locations, such as Brazil and different parts of Europe.

Check out all the new features that Google Bard is introducing:

Listen to responses: Users can now hear Bard’s responses, which provide a new perspective on their thoughts. This function is particularly helpful for proper word pronunciation, hearing poems or plays, and exploring concepts in a novel way. To hear Bard’s responses, users only need to enter their instructions and click the sound icon. More than 40 different languages are supported by this function.

Easily adjust Bard’s responses: Users can now easily change the temperament and manner of Bard’s responses to better fit their requirements. Users can choose the preferred response length or style from categories like simple, lengthy, short, professional, or casual. For instance, a person can select a shorter response from the drop-down box if they require help crafting a marketplace listing for a vintage armchair. The expansion of this feature to other languages will start with English first.

Pin and rename talks: Bard now enables users to pin and rename conversations for convenience in response to user feedback. Users can revisit their prompts and ideas at a later time by bookmarking a conversation. Options to pin, rename, and access recent chats are available in the sidebar. More than 40 different languages are now supported by this feature.

Code export to more destinations: Users can now export Python code to Replit in addition to Google Colab on the Bard platform, which has done this in response to the increased demand for using Bard for coding jobs. Developers and programmers have more opportunities because to this functionality, which boosts productivity. More than 40 different languages can use the feature.

Share responses with friends: Bard’s shareable links have made it easier to have discussions and exchange thoughts with others. Users may easily share their Bard conversation, encouraging cooperation and the exchange of innovative ideas. More than 40 languages are supported by this function.

Use photos in your prompts: Bard enables users to add photographs along with their prompts by integrating Google Lens. This function aids in creating captions, provides more details about an image, and fosters creativity. Bard intends to soon make this functionality available in additional languages, albeit it is only available in English right now.