Google has been consistently updating the Bard LLM with new features and improvements aimed at enhancing the usability and quality of its responses. While new models are typically highlighted in the changelog, it's noteworthy that a few new features have been added to Google Bard without being mentioned in the changelog.
Google Bard empowers conversations with real-time responses and skip feature
One of these features is the ability to generate responses in real-time, allowing users to adjust their queries as needed to achieve the desired outcome. When using this feature, there may be a brief initial pause, indicated by a rotating Bard sparkle, followed by a line-by-line response.
Another addition is the "Skip Response" button, which appears after the LLM generates a response. This button is designed to save users time, especially when the generated answer may not be entirely accurate. These enhancements are geared toward improving the user experience and making interactions with Google Bard more efficient and productive.
Furthermore, Google has integrated its Google Assistant with Google Bard to create more creative, enhanced, and human-like interactions. This comes alongside the introduction of a more capable model designed to provide "more intuitive, imaginative, and responsive" answers, demonstrating Google's ongoing commitment to refining its language models.