Bard Won’t Be “Bard” Anymore
A leaked changelog suggests Google is set to rebrand and revamp its AI tool Bard as Gemini.
Who doesn’t love a good rumor? Especially one from the future! Well, grab onto your tin foil hats and get ready to dig in.
Recently, a leaked changelog suggests that Google is getting ready to rebrand Bard to Gemini and launch a dedicated app from a document dated February 7th. 🤯
Google added a new changelog for Bard, and — oh boy — it’s a big one!
The availability in Canada is awesome! That said I don’t really understand the limitations with the app. That’s disappointing as someone who lives in Europe.
— Dylan Roussel (@evowizz) February 3, 2024
This news comes courtesy of Android app developer Dylan Roussel, who found the leaked document that hints at major changes in Google’s AI landscape.
The document suggests that Bard will be rebranding to Gemini, scheduled for February 7th, and it signifies a strategic alignment with the newer and more powerful Gemini AI.
And it makes sense – Google announced Gemini earlier this year, so it’s only a matter of time before they give Bard the “out with the old in with the new treatment.”
The doc also shared the news of:
- Gemini Advanced Tier: On February 7th, Google is set to launch a premium subscription tier, ‘Gemini Advanced,’ leveraging the robust Ultra model for users seeking advanced AI capabilities.
- Gemini Goes Mobile: Rolling out on select Pixel and Galaxy devices, Google’s Gemini introduces its first Android app, with plans for a global expansion in the near future.
- Oh Canada: Canadians can now access Gemini on the web, marking a significant expansion, and an app for even more accessibility is on the horizon.
Grab your popcorn, we only need to wait one day to find out if this is true.
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