Google expands AI tools with Bard Extensions in English. Users can verify answers, collaborate across platforms, and explore AI in various products, including a cancer-detection ARM prototype.
Google introduces Bard extensions for seamless collaboration across services
In the AI revolution journey, tech giants like Google are also embracing new tech tools.
Google has launched Bard, and is now introducing Bard Extensions in English. This is a way to collaborate with Bard AI.
With Bard Extensions, users can access Gmail, Docs, Drive, Google Maps, YouTube, Google Flights, hotels, and more.
Users can start using this feature today for responses in English. There is a handy "Google it" button in Bard that helps users verify its answers.
When you click on the "G" icon, Bard checks if there's information on the web to support the answer.
If Bard can evaluate a statement, you can click on the highlighted phrases to find more information that either supports or contradicts it.
Additionally, if someone shares a Bard chat with you using a public link, you can continue the conversation.
Google is also actively integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into its consumer products like Gmail, Docs, YouTube, and Drive. In fact, they have even prototyped an "Augmented Reality Microscope" (ARM) to help doctors detect cancer, according to a patent.