Google Bard chatbot is now available in the CEE region

The experimental chatbot Google Bard, operating on LaMDA, has received support for over 40 languages. It has also become officially available in 27 European countries, including Ukraine, Poland, Bulgaria, as well as others from the CEE region.

Along with the news, Google announced that Bard received a major update that includes the ability to use images in queries, code export enhancements, and other improvements.

Google Bard new features

“As of today, you can interact with Bard in more than 40 languages, including Ukrainian, Arabic, Chinese, German, and Spanish. Now you can also access Bard in many places, including countries in Europe, including Ukraine,”

Google announced in the official blog.

After dealing with data privacy concerns, the chatbot became available in all the EU countries, as well as others inside the CEE region. In addition to the global launch in 40 countries, the company has released updates to make Bard query results better suited to users’ needs:

  • Listen to responses: Bard can now read search responses out loud. This feature is now live in over 40 languages.
  • 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.
  • Pin and rename conversations: Bard added new ways to pin and rename your conversations with Bard.
  • Export code to more places: Google also added a new feature that allows you to export Python code to Replit, in addition to Google Colab. This feature is also available live in over 40 languages.
  • Share responses with friends: Bard lets users create shareable links to share their ideas and creations with others.
  • Use images in your prompts: you can now upload images with prompts and Bard will analyze the photo to help. This feature is only live in English, and we’ll expand to new languages soon.