Google has launched a new page dedicated to Experiment Updates for its Bard AI project, providing users with an easy way to stay informed about the latest features.
This page allows users to have a first look at and test out Bard’s latest capabilities. In the past, Google would announce Bard updates via Twitter, which made it difficult for users to keep track of the latest enhancements.
However, now every significant update to Bard will be documented on this updated page, ensuring users have access to the most up-to-date information. Here’s a look at the most recent additions to Bard.
Google It Suggests More Search Topics
Bard’s inaugural experiment has received a key update that includes additional suggested search topics when users click on the “Google it” feature. This update aims to help users explore a wider range of interests and discover more related topics. With this new feature, users can expect more comprehensive search results that cater to their search queries.
Ability to improve math and logic skills
Google has acknowledged that Bard’s performance in math and logic prompts needs improvement. In response, the last update to Bard on March 31 integrated advancements from Google’s PaLM (Program and Language Models) project, significantly boosting its math and logic capabilities.
This enhancement enables Bard to understand and respond to the multi-step word and math problems more accurately, providing professionals with the precise data they need for decision-making.
Introducing Bard’s Coding Skills
Additionally, Google has hinted at the upcoming coding feature for Bard, which will further enhance its utility as an AI assistant.
With the incorporation of PaLM’s advances and the upcoming coding feature, Bard is poised to become an even more powerful tool for users seeking versatile functionality and precise information.