Google’s answer to ChatGPT is now open to everyone in US, packing new features – Ars Technica

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At Wednesday’s Google I/O conference, Google announced wide availability of its ChatGPT-like AI assistant, Bard, in over 180 countries with no waitlist. It also announced updates such as support for Japanese and Korean, visual responses to queries, integration with Google services, and add-ons that will extend Bard’s capabilities.

Similar to how OpenAI upgraded ChatGPT with GPT-4 after its launch, Bard is getting an upgrade under the hood. Google says that some of Bard’s recent enhancements are powered by Google’s new PaLM 2, a family of…

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