The Google Bard AI chatbot is now working, we will tell you where to register on the waiting list and how to use a completely new powerful alternative to Google ChatGPT.
Google announced its Bard AI not so long ago. After an unfortunate mistake, Bard AI is now available to the public. However, to use it, you first need to register on their waiting list. Google has not yet opened AI for public use, as well as Microsoft Bing AI, which runs on the OpenAI GPT 4 protocol.
How to register with Google Bard AI and get on the waiting list
To sign up for Google Bard AI, just follow these simple steps to get on the waiting list.
- Log in to your Google account in your browser or on your device.
- Visit bard.google.com
- Click “Join the Waiting list”
After clicking on the button, you should receive a letter from Bard AI with a beautiful poem that we will not spoil. The waiting list moves quite fast: some users report that they get access within an hour after the initial registration in the waiting list. Unfortunately, there is no way to skip the queue, as in Bing AI.
After registration, you will get access to an alternative chatbot ChatGPT.
How to use the Google Bard AI chatbot
To use the Google Bard AI chatbot, all you have to do is give it a request. For example, “When the Vikings first arrived in Wessex,” and the AI bot will quickly answer for you. Functionally, it is similar to ChatGPT, although you have access to a larger dataset, since ChatGPT is limited to an older dataset.
Theoretically, the Google Bard AI ChatGPT alternative will in some cases be more accurate than OpenAI’s own creation. Although the Bard himself will sometimes not be quite accurate, he will not be quite accurate. Any information received from the Bard should indeed be cross-referenced whenever possible.
What is Google Bard AI?
Google Bard AI is an alternative to ChatGPT and an artificial intelligence trained on Google’s internal datasets. Bard AI allows users to enter text prompts and get human-like answers. You can use the Bard AI to solve a variety of tasks. Now that it’s publicly available, we’ll wait and see what users can come up with, and hope it doesn’t turn into a crazy rant.