Last May, we got to know more in depth the chatbot the Google. Google Bard is the launch company of Mountain View to enter the field of artificial intelligence, although we have to overcome some obstacles to use it from Europe.
Today, as we read in Android Police, this solution wins new abilities focused on programming and mathematical calculation. Additionally, it will now organize information in tables, exportable to Google Sheets.
Bard learns math at school
As the media specialized in Android echoed it, and we can see it in the change log of Google Bard, the AI of the search engine move forward at a brisk paceacquiring some new abilities.
Google is currently bringing new coding capabilities to Bard, and now better at solving mathematical and logical problems. He chatbot will create and be able to run Python code in the background once we enter a fast it requires calculating something. For example, calculating the primes of a number or reversing a word.
F or individual users, such as computer programmers, it will become easier to generate and run code. Google gives us a way to discover at a glance
Another of the changes refers to an increase in accuracy when answering this type of question, so-called the improvement is 30%. Yet Google doesn’t guarantee that all answers are correct, because as we’ve seen on occasion, AIs feel safe even when exposing wrong answers.
But without a doubt, the most notorious of this update is the integration with Google Sheets, or Worksheets in Spanish. When we ask Bard a data-related question, it generates a table for us, and this can be exported directly to the cloud service. This way the user can edit it without needing to copy and paste before.
Google Bard is constantly evolving, shaping a product with new capabilities that push its limits. We can test all of this now, although remember that for now not available in spainwe will therefore have to continue to use alternative methods.
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