Google has disclosed that the AI-powered chatbot, Bard is slowly improving at maths and programming.
This is according to a blog post published by the tech giant, which suggests that Bard is improving at “implicit code execution” which involves math and coding.
Google developed implicit code execution to Bard to write and execute its own code.
Based on internal benchmarking, Google states that the new Bard’s responses to “computation-based” word and math problems has improved by 30% compared to the previous Bard versions.
“Even with these improvements, Bard won’t always get it right — for example, Bard might not generate code to help the prompt response, the code it generates might be wrong or Bard may not include the executed code in its response,” Bard product lead Jack Krawczyk and VP of engineering Amarnag Subramanya wrote in the blog post.
“With all that said, this improved ability to respond with structured, logic-driven capabilities is an important step toward making Bard even more helpful.” he added.
When Google launched Bard earlier this year, it didn’t perform well like Bing Chat and ChatGPT.
Google staff reportedly raised serious concerns to the search giant, with one person calling it a “pathological liar”