Google Bard Can Now Speak

Google Bard, a rival to OpenAI's ChatGPT, has been granted the power of speech in its latest update.

Bard can now converse in over 40 languages, making it a versatile multilingual chatbot.

The update enables users to listen to correct word pronunciation, poems, and scripts.

Image prompts can be used with Bard, leveraging Google Lens technology for enhanced interactions.

The chatbot's responses can be adjusted to different tones, offering flexibility for various contexts.

Conversations can be pinned and renamed in the Google Bard sidebar for better organization.

Bard allows users to export Python code to Replit and Google Colab, enhancing its usefulness in coding tasks.

Sharing the chatbot's responses with friends is now possible, promoting collaborative interactions.

These features, including speech capabilities and enhanced functionality, work across the supported 40+ languages.

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