Teens can now use Bard on Google, but there are security precautions in place.












Most teenagers around the world can now use Google's AI chatbot.

The proliferation of chatbots after OpenAI launched ChatGPT is evidence that the integration of AI into our lives has accelerated significantly since its inception. This is further supported by Bard, Google's primary substitute that emerged this year with the intention of competing with ChatGPT. And there's new information about ChatGPT now.

Teens from "most countries around the world" will now be able to utilize Bard, Mountain View's artificial intelligence chatbot, which was not possible for them to do before. They have also attested to the application of certain security controls for these juvenile users.

Young folks can now utilize Google's Bard in the great majority of countries.

Naturally, as the internet giant claims, any adolescent who satisfies Google's minimal age criteria for owning an account will have access to the aforementioned AI chatbot. Generally speaking, 13 is the minimum age to use Google, however there are few exceptions that are listed on this page. Another interesting thing to note is that while Google intends to eventually add more languages, for now Bard will only be available in English for these youthful and inexperienced users.

Having said that, let's talk about the security precautions Google has put in place for teens use Bard, with the goal of educating them about the operation of this technology and shielding them from exposure to objectionable material. For example, the business will make available resources, such as a video that explains what generative AI is, the problems that might occur, and how to solve them.

In addition to the previously mentioned, Google will cross-reference Bard's responses with its own browser search results whenever a teenager asks Bard a factual question for the first time. In light of this announcement, the tech company also stated that they have "implemented features and safety barriers to help prevent unsafe content, such as illegal or age-restricted substances, from appearing in its responses to teenagers" and that they have trained Bard to "recognize areas that are inappropriate for younger users."

In conclusion, Google has also included some intriguing new features to Bard, like the ability to solve mathematical equations by just typing them or by uploading an image of them. Additionally, the platform will be able to create charts—for example, from tables.

In conclusion, Google has also included some intriguing new features to Bard, like the ability to solve mathematical equations by just typing them or by uploading an image of them. Additionally, the platform will be able to create charts—for example, from tables.

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