Google Bard now live in 180 countries including India; waitlist ends

Google has opened access to its chatbot Bard in over 180 countries and removed the waitlist requirement.

The move is aimed at competing with OpenAI's dominant chatbot, ChatGPT, in the AI chatbot landscape.

Google has added new features to Bard and plans to continue improving and introducing more features.

Bard will be available in Japanese and Korean, with support for 40 more languages in the pipeline.

Bard now uses Google's latest large language model, PaLM 2, enabling coding capabilities, advanced math, reasoning skills, and more.

Bard is still in the beta stage and, like other generative AI-based chatbots, may make mistakes and "hallucinate."

Source: Livemint