AI chatbots have recently piqued the interest of the general public, with products like ChatGPT frequently making headlines. But now that Google has soft-launched Bard for a restricted group of Pixel owners, it is finally joining the bandwagon.
The AI chatbot Bard from Google was previously off-limits to the general public, but now, according to a 9to5Google report, the corporation is inviting some of its most devoted and devoted clients to give it a try.
According to the email that a Pixel owner who received an invitation to try the chatbot shared with 9to5Google, it appears that Bard is currently only accessible to a select group of Pixel Super fans. The invitation’s wording suggests that the super fans still don’t have access to Bard, but they will be among the first to try it out. If you were one of the fortunate Pixel Super fans to receive an invite, be aware that the talking experience is still in the early stages and that “feedback from a wide spectrum of experts and users will help Bard develop,” as it is expressly stated in the email.
The fact that Google is inviting users to test the chatbot and provide comments on it suggests that Bard is hopefully getting closer to a release to the general public. Bard has only been observed working once so far. Google debuted the chatbot in February, but it quickly became clear that it was still a work in progress when it answered a question about space photography incorrectly. Google hasn’t said much more about the chatbot in the past month and a half since the showcase.
Although Bard appears to need more work before it is fully ready for deployment, it is obvious that Google believes it has made significant progress.
Check your email to see if you have received an invitation if you are a Pixel Superfan and would want to view Bard before anybody else. The chatbot may still need certain issues to be resolved. It will be interesting to see how the two compare after more people have a chance to use it because of its allure as a ChatGPT substitute.