Google Bard users urged to try 5 hidden hacks that unlock instant upgrade for AI chatbot… – The US Sun

BARD users have just been informed of five tips that can improve their experience with the platform.
Earlier this year, Google launched a hyper-intelligent chatbot called Bard.
The artificial intelligence app, seemingly a rival to the wildly popular ChatGPT app, promised to serve up "the breadth of the world's knowledge."
However, many users are unaware of how to word prompts correctly to actually access this knowledge.
To help you get the most out of your Bard experience, we have shared five tips you can try.
One of the most impressive features of advanced chatbots is the ability to generate code.
This gives amateur developers a leg up in the industry – and can also save users a lot of money on hiring a professional coder.
All you need to do is note your coding requirements to Bard. Make sure to be clear with the functionality or algorithm you require.
A lot of users are not tapping into Bard's full potential because they lack precision or specificity within their prompts.
To make sure you're being as specific as possible include keywords and phrases, and provide background or context when you pose questions.
You can also convey your expectations to Bard, which can shape the outcome.
If Bard's response isn't exactly what you envisioned, you can ask follow-up questions – in fact, you can ask as many as you want.
This allows Bard to dig deeper until you get the desired result.
To try this out, you can employ keywords and hone in on specifics.
You might not know this, but Bard has the capacity to translate more than 100 languages.
This is an exceptional feature that can come in handy for a number of queries.
To use this tool, all you need to do is provide a well-structured source text and specify what translations you would like.
With Bard, you can summarize large sets of complex data, which can save you time and energy.
To do this effectively, offer Bard a formatted dataset and then specify your demands.
For example, you can say "Summarize this dataset," or "Pick out the most important details from this dataset."