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Google reportedly plans to add an image generator directly to its AI chatbot Bard. His unpublished Google Bard changelog, dated January 18, 2024, shared by developer Dylan Roussel on his Masu.
According to the report, Roussel said, “What happens next with Bard… tomorrow? Image generation in Bard will be powered by Google's Text-to-Image dissemination technology, Imagen. However, the developer also , “Content is subject to change until this changelog is officially released.”
Like other tools, users can create images by simply telling the chatbot what they imagine in words. The tool should utilize Google's Imagen family of models, the report said. Meanwhile, Google has added a new feature to Maps that allows users to navigate through tunnels and other satellite dead zones. The company added support for “Bluetooth beacons” and rolled it out widely in the Android version of Google Maps, but it's still missing from his iOS version of the app.
Bluetooth beacons are nothing new, as Google-owned Waze has supported the technology in tunnels around the world for years, including in major cities like New York City, Chicago, Paris, and Brussels. However, these beacons have previously only worked within Waze. App.