Google Assistant With Bard may come to Galaxy S23, S24 first


Following the success of ChatGPT, Google responded with its own AI-powered chatbot, Bard, earlier this week. It was stated that Bard will be included in Google Assistant “in the coming months.” This announcement comes alongside the Pixel 8 range, which has a number of AI-powered capabilities on its own. Google said last week that Google Assistant with Bard will be accessible to testers initially, followed by regular iOS and Android users over the next few months. It appears that a small number of Pixel and Samsung Galaxy smartphones will be among the first to receive it.

The Pixel 8 and 8 Pro debuted Google Assistant with Bard. The function will now be available on more handsets. According to 9to5Google, Google is poised to expand the availability of Assistant with Bard to more handsets. Google is also deploying the AI-powered Google Assistant to tensor-powered Pixel smartphones, as well as Samsung’s Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S24. The proof was uncovered in version 14.41 of the most recent beta version of the Google app, as per the source.

Google’s Bard is an experimental conversational AI chat service. It’s designed to work similarly to ChatGPT, with the main distinction being that Google’s service will get its information from the internet. While Google Assistant is fine for simple queries and actions like answering questions, scheduling events, and modifying settings, it fails miserably when you ask anything like a difficult query. This is the place where Brad comes in—Google’s conversational AI service that is aimed at providing high-quality replies.

Samsung Galaxy devices to get Google Assistant with Bard integration

Google promises that Assistant with Bard will combine Bard’s intelligence with personalized assistance from Assistant. This will result in a more intuitive assistant, and it will be connected with services such as Gmail, Google Drive, and Docs to provide a more personalized experience. Sample questions that we can ask have been listed in the strings from Google App 14.41; a few include:

  • Help me craft a text response to my friend who is stressed at work.
  • Help me draft a response to a friend who is going through a breakup.
  • Outline my social media post for my network about my summer internship.
  • Give me some ideas to surprise my concert-loving friend on their birthday.
  • Draft an email to my recruiter to accept the Social Media Manager job offer and negotiate a later start date.
  • Help explain in a kid-friendly way why rainbows appear.

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