Google Bard, the AI-powered chatbot that can answer your questions in an informative way, now includes images in its responses. This means that you can now get visual information to accompany your answers, making it easier to understand and learn from.
To use the new image feature, you can simply ask it a question and if there is context that is assisted by included images, Bard will do it automatically. An example of this is asking Bard to plan a holiday for you and your family.
Images provide sources in the top-right corner, allowing you to click the link for more information and providing credit to the original location.
If you want to ensure Bard responds with images, just include the word “image” in your query.
For example, you could ask “What is the capital of France? image” or “What is the meaning of life? image.” Bard will then search Google Images for relevant images and include them in its response.
The image feature is still under development, but it has the potential to be a powerful tool for learning and understanding. For example, you could use it to research a topic for a school project, learn about a new culture, or simply find inspiration.
To learn more about the new image feature, visit the Google Bard website.
Examples of how you can use the new image feature
- Research a topic for a school project: If you’re working on a project about the history of the United States, you could ask Bard “What are some important events in American history? image” and Bard would return a list of images related to those events.
- Learn about a new culture: If you’re planning a trip to Japan, you could ask Bard “What are some traditional Japanese foods? image” and Bard would return a list of images of Japanese food.
- Find inspiration: If you’re feeling stuck in a creative rut, you could ask Bard “What are some beautiful landscapes? image” and Bard would return a list of images of beautiful landscapes.