Google has recently introduced its conversational AI model, Bart, that is capable of fluid multi-term dialogue. If you are interested in trying it out, here is a quick guide to get started.

First, head over to and sign up. To sign up, you need two things - a Google account and to be located in the United States. If you are located outside the US, you might not be able to access it. Google has made BARD available only in a few countries including the US and Canada. Once you have signed up, you can try it out for free.

On the FAQ page, you can read more in-depth about BARD. Two years ago, Google and unwieldy lambda language model for dialogue application, a conversational AI model capable of fluid multi-term dialogue. Last year, they launched a test kitchen, a new space where people could learn about, get hands-on experience, and provide feedback on lambda.

However, it is important to note that BARD is an experimental project and some of the responses might be inaccurate. Therefore, it is recommended to double-check the information before relying on BARD's answers.

BARD is intended to generate original content and not replicate existing content. Sometimes the same content may be found, and BARD attempts to point to a popular source in the case of citation. BARD should be looked at as a complementary experience to Google search, rather than a replacement for it.

If you want to try out coding on BARD, you can, but it is recommended to use discretion and carefully test and review all the code for errors, bugs, and vulnerabilities before relying on it.

Google has made it easy to manage and delete your BARD activity. You can turn off saving your BARD activity and delete your BARD by going to

While BARD conversation is not being used for advertising at the moment, Google has promised to clearly communicate any changes in the future.

One unique feature that BARD offers is immediate response generation. You can see the differences in response generation time between Chat GPT and BARD. In BARD, the responses are generated instantly, making it easier to use.

In conclusion, if you are interested in trying out Google's conversational AI model, BARD, head over to and sign up. It's free to use, but you must be located in the US or Canada to access it. Remember to double-check the information and use discretion while coding on BARD. BARD is only a complementary experience to Google search at the moment, but we never know what the future holds.

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