In early February, Google announced Bard, a conversational AI based on LaMDA, which should compete with ChatGPT. Back then, testing was only available to a trusted group of users, but now the company is sending out an invitation to *some* members of the Pixel Superfan program. The lucky ones are invited to fill out a special form, where they will need to specify their personal email used to sign in to Google services. Let’s take a look at what is written in this invitation.
Google Pixel Superfan: Google Bard Invite!
Meet Bard, an early experiment by Google that lets you collaborate with generative Al. We’d like to offer you — a member of our Pixel Superfan community — early access so you can get started as soon as Bard launches, and share your feedback.
We can’t wait to hear how people start using Bard, but we also know that large language models will not always get it right. Input from a wide range of experts and users will help Bard improve.
If you would like to participate, please complete this form with the personal email address that you use to sign into Google services. You are part of a small, randomly selected group of Pixel Superfans offered this opportunity. We ask that you do not share the link as this invitation was meant specifically for you.
Please note that space is very limited, and the form will close once we reach early access capacity. For anyone who misses this signup, we’ll reach out with additional opportunities soon.
After you complete the form above, hang tight and we will follow up with further instructions once your access to Bard has been set up.