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Google Bard, Microsoft’s Bing Chat number-one rival, has just rolled out a change this week. In an update, the AI chatbot will soon have support for image upload for shared conversation.
But, what does it mean? Well, if you share a conversation that has an image as a part of the prompt, it will also be available to those you share it with. Then, they can also pick up where you left off with the chat — and the image stays on.
It’s safe to say that Google Bard is one step ahead of OpenAI in this. On ChatGPT, the ability to add images to the conversation is only available for those in the paid plans so far.
Bing Chat, on the other hand, also has the image upload capability for free users for quite some time. Although many complained that the website is slightly heavier than Google Bard’s simple interface, it’s still one of the best go-to’s for AI-powered search engines.
Besides this, the tech giant also announced that you can summarize more emails at a time when using the Workspace Extension. It also revamps the user’s overall experience of this feature, too.
Have you taken Google Bard out for a spin? Let us know how you feel!