Google Bard provides pictures in responses

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Google Bard provides pictures in responses

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Bard is now exhibiting pictures in responses – and Bard will present the supply of every picture, Google introduced at the moment.

What’s new. This replace continues Google’s push to attempt to make Bard extra visible and helpful – now by exhibiting pictures from Google Search in responses.

Bard now consists of Google Search pictures for visible responses, when related. You may also particularly ask Bard for pictures. Clicking on a picture will present its supply. This replace is proscribed to English responses.

What it seems like. In this Twitter thread from @JackK (Jack Krawczyk, senior director of product, Google), you possibly can see examples of it in motion:

Why. In a brand new entry on the Bard updates web page, Google defined:

Photos might help you talk your concepts extra successfully. They’ll convey ideas to life, make suggestions extra persuasive, and improve responses whenever you ask for visible info.

Why we care. Google has been integrating extra of Search into Bard. This new addition of images might supply some extra advantages of picture optimization, now that Bard might floor your pictures in Bard.

Extra coming quickly. Google Bard plans so as to add:

  • Help for extra languages.
  • The power to generate pictures.
  • The power to immediate Bard with pictures utilizing Google Lens.

Concerning the creator

Danny Goodwin

Danny Goodwin has been Managing Editor of Search Engine Land & Search Advertising and marketing Expo – SMX since 2022. He joined Search Engine Land in 2022 as Senior Editor. Along with reporting on the newest search advertising information, he manages Search Engine Land’s SME (Topic Matter Professional) program. He additionally helps program U.S. SMX occasions.

Goodwin has been modifying and writing concerning the newest developments and tendencies in search and digital advertising since 2007. He beforehand was Government Editor of Search Engine Journal (from 2017 to 2022), managing editor of Momentology (from 2014-2016) and editor of Search Engine Watch (from 2007 to 2014). He has spoken at many main search conferences and digital occasions, and has been sourced for his experience by a variety of publications and podcasts.