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Google has just launched its brand new conversational chatbot and they’re inviting its users to have a try! If you want to get your hands on this ChatGPT rival, you’ll need to sign up for the Google Bard waitlist.
In an effort to catch up to its major competitor Microsoft, Google has developed its very own large language model (LLM) chatbot named Bard.
The chatbot is currently in its experimental phase and is only open to a select group of users – those who are in the UK and US. In the future, expect a full version of Bard to become available to the wider public.
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Bard has the potential to be very powerful and has already shown to be able to write stories, code and generate ideas. So, are you eager to try it out? Let’s have a closer look at how to join the Google Bard waitlist.
Join the Google Bard waitlist
Here are the steps to join the waitlist. It is important to note that only Google members from the UK and the US are able to sign up.
- Head to the Bard website.
- Select “Join waitlist“.
- Sign in to your Google Account, if you haven’t already.
- Next, select “Yes, I’m in”. You’ll now be added to the waitlist. Once you have been granted access you should receive an update email from Google.
What is the Google Bard waitlist time?
You’ll be happy to hear that the waitlist time is very short. Expect to receive access to Bard within a day or two.
Who can join the Google Bard waitlist?
At the moment, only users in the US and UK can join the Google Bard waiting list. You will also need to be 18 or over, have a personal Google account and have access to a supported browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Safari.
Google has finally released its chatbot to the public and it is already generating quite a lot of buzz. Many people are eager to get their hands on this exciting new chatbot, and Google has finally made it possible to do so by joining their dedicated waitlist.
So if you’re keen, definitely head over to the Bard website and sign yourself up.
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