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Bard’s New Photo Generation Sparks Innovation

Bard introduced a new feature of photo generation that allows it to compete with other multimode AI chatbots with a similar feature.

Google’s Bard chatbot has introduced this feature to overtake rival ChatGPT Plus, which has been using AI image production for months. Bard can produce the images using Google’s Imagen 2 text-to-image model. Bard has always planned to include a picture production feature. However, the execution was still pending. Google Gemini Pro, a vast language model, currently powers it. The previous plan was to power it with the more powerful Gemini Ultra model. However, the plan stayed in the development model and did not become part of the final execution.

Google Bard AI Dips into Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube - CNET

Google introduces Bard as a competitive alternative to OpenAI’s ChatGPT Plus, an image-generating tool that utilizes DALL-E 3 integration and runs GPT-4. ChatGPT Plus’s absence of text-to-image functionality gave it a slight advantage over Bard, but both chatbots functioned admirably. While ChatGPT Plus requires a premium subscription, users can use Imagen 2 to access the upgraded Bard without charge.

AI image generation has come under fire when plenty of obscenely graphic phony photographs of Taylor Swift appeared on X recently. It was an extraordinarily unethical and immoral act. IT companies have begun to shut down the platforms people utilize to capture those images. However, the software used before still needs to be determined.

Bard’s image capabilities were “created with accountability insanity,” according to Google. The photos will have the company’s watermarking function embedded into each pixel, enabling the identification of the images as artificial intelligence (AI) creations. Additionally, Google stated that it has put in place safety and technical measures to prevent creating photographs of famous individuals and to restrict information that is violent, offensive, or sexually explicit.

Bard will not only be able to create graphics. But there is also another tool by Google, which is ImageFX. Google also revealed ImageFX, a brand-new experimental photo tool powered by Imagen 2. Using simple written instructions to create images, anyone may play with generative AI using ImageFX, and Google developers will receive a direct input feed. Like Bard, every image generated by ImageFX must comply with Google’s AI rules and technical specifications, which SynthID will use to identify them. It can get tested on Google Labs and joins Google’s two AI production tools, MusicFX and TextFX, released last year.

Google launches new AI image-generation model ImageFX, brings updates to MusicFX and TextFX - Neowin

Today, a few more expansions for Bard are released. The chatbot has spread to over 40 languages in more than 230 countries, while image generation is now only available in English. The previous version, available in 170 countries, was limited to working in English. It can speak Arabic, Bengali, Tamil, and Urdu, among other languages.

Additionally, Google added 40 more languages to its double-check feature, which allows users to assess comments by automatically looking up stuff on the internet to confirm or deny it.

The newly launched features of Bard will be helpful and loved by the users. Excitement is building up for the launch, and we’re hopeful for something groundbreaking!




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