Google today officially opened the trial of Bard, a chatbot, but only users in the United States and the United Kingdom can join the shortlist for the first batch.
Just like ChatGPT or Microsoft’s Bing Chat, Bard allows users to chat with Bard using natural language as if they were chatting with friends. You can ask Bard to give you tips to meet your goal of reading more books this year, explain quantum physics in simple terms, or spark your creativity with an overview blog post.
Google VP of Product Sissie Hsiao and VP of Research Eli Collins said in a “Bard helped us write” blog post, Bard is an LLM (Large Language Model) that we see as a complement to Google Search experience.
Bing AI works on OpenAI’s GPT-4, while Bard is based on optimized version of Google’s LaMDA.
How to Get access Google Bard
Joining Bard’s waiting list is simple. Just go to bard.google.com and click the Join Waitlist button.
However, if you are not in the UK or the first opening regions in the US. But if we still want to try it first, we can only join the list first through VPN at this time, after all, use it early and enjoy it early.
- Install the VPN app on our mobile phone.
- Now open a browser on your phone and connect to bard.google.com.
- Since my browser is already logged in by default, I just click “Join waitlist” when I see this screen.
- Tick OK in the privacy agreement above, and then click the button below.
- You have now completed your pending application.
At the same time, your Gmail will also receive an email telling you that when you pass the application, you will receive a second notification email.
While completing the waiting list application, doing so does not guarantee immediate access to the AI chatbot, as Google is slowly rolling it out to users.