Google Bard will now integrate with Google Apps

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Google just updated Bard, including enhancing the "Google it" search function so users can quickly fact-check Bard's responses.

The search engine giant has also rolled out Brad Extensions for English language users, and will allow display relevant information from other Google services such as Gmail, Docs, Drive, Maps, YouTube, Flights, and Hotels.

Google also confirmed that using Workspace extensions won't compromise privacy, and any content from Gmail, Docs, and Drive won't be accessible to human reviewers, used for advertising, or training Bard. And of course, users can turn off extensions anytime to keep complete control over their privacy.

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  • Profile picture of the author hassanrsd
    Thats great news google updates to Bard especially the enhanced Google it search function and the new Brad Extensions for English language users, sound like fantastic additions. Its reassuring to know that these improvements come with a commitment to user privacy, with the assurance that content from gmail, docs and drive wont be accessed for advertising or training bard. Having the ability to turn off extensions at any time for privacy control is a significant plus. Thanks for sharing this update.
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    yeah the google it function is certainly helpful because sometimes these things they spit out are pure garbage haha..
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  • Profile picture of the author gordanap
    Yes, It's really great news for marketers as well as businessmen. Now we can get benefits of it from application itself.
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  • Profile picture of the author dannimac
    IT's interesting but we can't opt out, is that correct?
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  • Profile picture of the author Oğuz ARSLAN
    I didn't see this coming.
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  • Profile picture of the author emmajones25
    Haven't used the application till now but heard about its features and it seems quite interesting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ema Olivia
    The latest updates from Google, especially the enhanced Google search function within Bard and the new Brad Extensions for English language users, are exciting additions. What's particularly reassuring is that these enhancements prioritize user privacy. Google has explicitly stated that content from Gmail, Docs, and Drive won't be used for advertising or training Bard. Additionally, the option to disable extensions at any time for privacy control is a valuable feature. Thank you for providing this informative update.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cozy Nest
    Indeed, utilizing the "Google it" function proves beneficial, as some of the information generated can be quite unreliable and might be considered pure garbage at times.
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  • Profile picture of the author MYDCOM
    I use chatgpt and bard quite a bit.
    While bard seems to process information (even new current data) and respond faster, ChatGPT is so much more superior and advance in quality of the response.

    Bard also gives out way more errors and inaccurate responses than bard.
    This is from my own experiences thus far using them both.
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