Google Bard learned to speak Greek

Το Bard ΑΙ bot της Google απέκτησε νέες και λειτουργίες σήμερα Πέμπτη στον τελευταίο γύρο ενημερώσεων τεχνητής νοημοσύνης.

Users can now chat with the AI ​​in Greek, Arabic, Chinese, German, Hindi, and Spanish, among others, as well as access the platform from more places on the planet, including Brazil and “all over Europe,” said Jack Krawczyk, Bard Product Lead, and Amarnag Subramanya, Bard's Vice President of Engineering, wrote in a published on the company's blog, today Thursday.

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"As we bring Bard to more regions and languages ​​over time, we'll continue to use AI Principles as a guide, incorporate user feedback, and take steps to protect people's privacy and data."

The Bard AI bot now literally speaks. Users will have the option to read or listen to the AI's responses, which Krawczyk and Subramanya believe will be of great help when users want to hear the correct pronunciation of words in 40 languages recently added.

There are also five different options for the tone of the AI: simple, long, short, professional or casual. For now eι διαθέσιμες μόνο για τα αιτήματα στην αγγλική γλώσσα, αλλά η εταιρεία ετοιμάζεται να τις επεκτείνει και στις 40 γλώσσες, “σύντομα”.

The chatbot has the ability to interpret images that users send in the chat. Users can request more information about its content or create content such as subtitles based on it. This feature is also currently only available in English.

Από σήμερα Πέμπτη, οι χρήστες θα μπορούν να εξάγουν κώδικα Python που δημιουργείται από το Bard στο Replit, εκτός από το Colab. Θα μπορούν επίσης να αντιγράφουν και να μοιράζονται τμήματα μεμονωμένων συνομιλιών με άλλους χρήστες. Η διαδικασία ς και επανεξέτασης παλιών συνομιλιών βελτιστοποιήθηκε επίσης με την προσθήκη καρφιτσωμένων συνομιλιών, και τη δυνατότητα μετονομασίας τους. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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