Google is enthusiastic about having people join the Bard ship, but it acknowledges that generative AI, such as ChatGPT and Bard, can sometimes be inaccurate.
Google is extending an invitation to select Pixel users, known as “Superfans,” to test out the Bard before its official release, recognizing that generative AI, like ChatGPT and Bard, may not always be accurate. According to 9to5Google, Google is sending out invites to these highly enthusiastic Pixel owners who are considered to be the most ardent supporters of the brand. The email sent to the Superfans states that Bard is an early experiment by Google that enables users to collaborate with generative AI.
Although only a limited number of users will have access to it, the Bard is set to be made available to the public for the first time. The email suggests that Bard is not yet live, but it may launch soon as at least one Superfan has already received an invitation. However, it is unclear when it will be widely available, as it appears to still be in development. It is unfortunate that Pixel users in India will not be able to participate in this early access program, as Google's Pixel Superfan program is not available in that region.
For those residing in regions where the Pixel Superfan program is accessible, there is a possibility of receiving an email inviting them to try out Bard and share their feedback with Google, whether it be positive or negative. By collaborating with a diverse range of experts and users like yourself, Google aims to refine and enhance Bard's capabilities.