A new feature called “Memory” has been discovered for Bard, which has not yet been released. This feature allows Bard to store information related to us so that we don’t have to repeatedly give commands in the future.
Examples that Google has showcased include not eating meat, having two children, and preferring short answers over long ones, among others. This information helps Bard to conveniently interact with us without having to input data every time. Users can set up and delete memories as desired.
Bard is not the first chatbot system to have this feature, as ChatGPT introduced a feature called custom interaction back in July 2023.
Bard’s future direction is focused on integrating with other Google services such as Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube, allowing Bard to become more familiar with us (with our permission) without extensive communication.
TLDR: Bard, a chatbot with a new feature called “Memory,” allows users to input information about themselves, eliminating the need for repetitive commands. This feature builds on similar capabilities introduced by other chatbot systems. Bard’s future plans involve enhancing connectivity with various Google services, providing users with a more personalized experience.