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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.