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Google has expanded the capabilities of its AI chatbot, Bard, to integrate with Gmail, Docs, and Drive, enabling users to retrieve and summarize information from their emails and documents with ease.
With this update, Bard becomes available to users in over 180 countries and territories, supporting 40 languages, including commonly spoken ones as well as regional languages.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC), the primary regulatory body overseeing data in the EU, has demanded more information from Google regarding how the generative AI chatbot safeguards privacy before granting approval for its launch.
Google not only removed its waitlist and made Bard available to everyone in more than 180 countries and territories, but it also launched support for Japanese and Korean and plans to add support for 40 more languages in the coming months.