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Google’s Bard AI chatbot can now answer questions on YouTube videos

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Google announced that its Bard AI chatbot can now answer questions on YouTube videos. Although Bard already had the ability to analyze YouTube videos with the launch of the YouTube extension in September, the chatbot can now give you specific answers on queries related to a video’s content.

“We’re taking the first steps in Bard’s ability to understand YouTube videos,” the company wrote on the Bard updates page. “For example, if you’re looking for videos on how to make olive oil cake, you can now also ask how many eggs the recipe in the first video requires. We hear you want deeper engagement with YouTube videos. So we’re extending the YouTube extension to understand certain video content so you can have a richer conversation with Bard about it.

Before this latest update, the YouTube extension for Bard could only be used to search for specific videos. For example, you can ask the chatbot to find funny videos for you. Now you can ask the chatbot specific questions about video content. Say you’re watching a travel video and you see a place you really like, you can ask Bard where that place is.

The announcement comes two weeks after YouTube began experimenting with new generative AI features, including a conversational AI tool that answers questions about YouTube content, as well as a new feature that summarizes topics in comments of a video.

The conversational tool’s responses are generated by large language models that leverage information from YouTube and the web. Users can ask questions about the video they are currently watching, and the conversation with the AI ​​takes place while the video plays. The comment summary tool leverages generative AI to organize discussion topics into comment sections to give users an overview of what people said.

The update also comes as Google opened access to Bard to teens in most countries around the world. The search giant said in a blog post that teens can use the tool to “find inspiration, discover new hobbies, and solve everyday problems.” Teens can ask Bard questions about important topics, like which colleges to apply to, or more fun topics, like how to learn a new sport.



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