Google’s Artificial Intelligence Bard Now in Turkish!
Bard, developed by Google as a competitor to OpenAI’s ChatGPT artificial intelligence, provides Turkish language support as of today. Google announced that Bard is available in more than 40 languages, including Turkish.
Starting today, it will be possible to work with Bard in more than 40 languages, including Turkish, Arabic, Chinese, German, Hindi and Spanish. With the new update, new features have been added in addition to language support.
More Customized Responses
- The ability to listen for answers: Sometimes hearing something out loud can help you see your mind from a different angle. Therefore, starting today you will be able to hear Bard’s replies. This feature is very useful when you want to learn the correct pronunciation of a word or listen to a poem or script. If you want to hear Bard’s replies, select the sound icon after entering a prompt. This feature is now available in more than 40 languages, including Turkish.
- Easily adjust Bard’s responses: You can now change the tone and style of Bard’s responses to five different options: simple, long, short, professional or casual. For example, you can ask the Bard to help write a sales flyer for an old seat, then use the drop-down list to shorten the response. While this feature is currently only available in English, it will be available in new languages soon.
New Features to Increase Efficiency
- Pinning, editing, and modifying chats: You asked for the ability to revisit prompts you entered earlier. That’s why we’re adding new ways to pin, select, and rename your chats with Bard. Now when you start a chat, you will see options to pin, select and rename recent conversations in the sidebar. For example, you asked Bard to brainstorm to help you compare outdoor sports that can be done in the summer. You can review the tips later if you wish. This feature is now available in more than 40 languages, including Turkish.
- Ability to export code to more places: We’re seeing increasing use of Bard in coding jobs. That’s why today we’re adding a new feature that lets you import Python code into Replit in addition to Google Colab. This feature is now available in more than 40 languages, including Turkish.
- Ability to share replies: We’ve also made it easy for you to share some or all of your Bard chat with your community. With shareable links, you can share your ideas and creations with others. This feature is now available in Turkish and more than 40 languages.
- Ability to use images in your prompts: Images are essential for exercising our imagination. At I/O, we announced that we’re bringing the functionality of Google Lens to Bard. Whether you need more information about an image or inspiration for a thank you note in response to a gift, you can now upload images with prompts. Bard will analyze the photo to assist you. While this feature is currently only available in English, it will be coming to new languages soon.
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