Google Bard is the company’s answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT. You can ask it questions and it will give you answers. But what if you wanted to generate images? Previously you would have to use tools like OpenAI’s DALL-E, but not anymore. Google has announced that they are bringing image generation to Bard.
This is part of the latest update to Google Bard where users can now type in image generation prompts and the AI will cook up something on the fly for them. This is powered by Google’s Imagen 2 model. It’s pretty cool because now proponents of Bard will have one more compelling reason to use Google’s AI tool.
The AI can already help students with their school work. It can also answer all sorts of queries you might have, write articles and responses. Image generation seems like a natural progression of its capabilities. Google says that for now, image generation will only be available in English. The feature will also be available in most countries for free, so you can take it for a spin if it’s available to you.
So if AI image generation is something you might be interested in, go to the Bard website and start typing in your prompts and see what kind of crazy images the AI is capable of!