BardAI is a large language model chatbot created by Google.

Google AI has recently launched Bard AI, a large language model (LLM) chatbot that is capable of generating text, translating languages, writing different kinds of creative content, and answering your questions in an informative way. Bard AI is still under development

What’s can BardAI do?

1. access and process information

Google Bard can access and process information from the real world through Google Search. This allows it to provide accurate and up-to-date answers to your questions, even if they are open, challenging, or strange.

2. Ability to generate creative text

Bard can generate different creative text formats, including poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, etc. It will try its best to fulfill all your requirements.

3. Ability to answer questions

Google Bard can answer your questions in an informative way, even if they are open, challenging, or strange. It will use its knowledge of the world to provide you with the most accurate answer possible.

Why was Bard created?

Bard was created by Google AI to help people learn and explore the world. Bard is still under development, but it has the potential to be a powerful tool for education, research, and creativity.

Does Bard store data?

Yes, Bard stores data. Bard stores data in the form of text and code, including:

  • The commands and questions that users enter
  • Bard’s responses
  • User activity history, including commands, questions, and responses

Google stores this data to improve the performance and accuracy of Bard. The data is also used to research and develop new language models.

Users can control how Google stores their data. Users can disable the Activity on Bard setting to prevent Google from storing their activity history. Users can also delete their data from Google at any time.

Here are some details about how Google stores Bard’s data:

  • The data is stored on Google’s servers in the United States and other countries.
  • The data is encrypted to protect user privacy.
  • Google only uses this data for the purposes described in Google’s Privacy Policy.

To learn more about how Google stores Bard’s data, please visit Google’s Privacy Policy.

How to use Bard

To use Bard, you first need to create a Google account. Once you have a Google account, you can access Bard from the Bard website ( or by using the Bard app.

To use Bard, simply enter a command or question into the text box and press Enter. Bard will then generate a response.

Here are some examples of how to use Bard:

  • To get the weather forecast, you could enter “What is the weather forecast for today?”
  • To get the definition of a word, you could enter “What is the definition of ‘love’?”
  • To translate a sentence from one language to another, you could enter “Translate ‘Hello’ to Spanish.”

Bard is still under development, but it can be used for a variety of tasks.

Is Bard free?

Yes, Bard is free to use. You can use Bard without creating a Google account, but you will need to create a Google account to use some of Bard’s features, such as saving your activity history.

Countries and territories not supported

Bard is currently available in over 180 countries and territories, but there are a few countries and territories where it is not yet supported. These include:

  • Canada
  • European Union
  • China
  • Iran
  • North Korea
  • Russia
  • Syria
  • Venezuela

Google has not yet announced when Bard will be available in these countries and territories, but the company has said that it is working to expand availability as soon as possible.

There are a few reasons why Bard may not be available in a particular country or territory. One reason is that Google may need to obtain regulatory approval before launching Bard in that country or territory. Another reason is that Google may need to adapt Bard to work with the local language and culture.

If you are in a country or territory where Bard is not yet supported, you can still access Bard by using a VPN. A VPN will route your traffic through a server in a country where Bard is supported, allowing you to use Bard as if you were in that country.

However, please note that using a VPN to access Bard may violate the terms of service of the VPN provider or the terms of service of Bard. You should also be aware that using a VPN may slow down your internet connection.