Give Improvement, Google Bard Can Now Generative Images


Give Improvement, Google Bard Can Now Generative Images


Today Google brought the latest improvements to Google Maps which has received AI features, now Google is back with new features in Bard. Now Bard users can easily access the service using image search, previously Google did not provide this feature.

Bard AI has become Google's flagship AI that is ready to compete in the market, Google is now more focused on developing their AI as their main goal in 2024. After yesterday improving and adding several language variants in Bard, now Google is re-introducing Bard with the latest feature, namely generative AI.

"Using this capability is as simple as typing a description into Bard's text box. You'll then get "custom, wide-ranging visuals to help bring your idea to life". Bard uses SynthID to embed digitally identifiable watermarks into the pixels of generated images, so that there's a clear way to figure out they were AI generated.

Finally, you can now double-check Bard's output with Google search results in more than 40 languages by clicking on the G icon. Once you click that, Bard will evaluate whether there's content across the web that substantiates its response. You'll get highlighted phrases and will be able to learn more about supporting or contradicting information found by Google search."

What is generative image? By using image generative in Bard, you can search for images like OpenAI has released in ChatGPT, where you only need to type in an image description and Bard will automatically display the image recommendations you are looking for.

Simple and fast, this is supported by the release of Gemini Pro which is also already on Bard and allows users to easily search for images based on written identification. Google itself wants to provide improvements in the form of visual search which of course they must present in Bard as a new AI.

Google can be said to be lagging behind in 2023, where the popularity of Bing Chat has taken the spotlight from its users. But at the right time, Google slowly rose by introducing Bard more flexibly.