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Google provides its service for artificial intelligence, Bard AI, to these users.Find out the details


It's been more than a month since Google unveiled its AI- powered generative tool  Bard, and after the resounding success of ChatGPT and Microsoft's integration of it into its various apps and services, Google was under pressure to make the move. For a limited number of users, Google is now working to roll out a wider network and make Bard available to more users.
According to a blog post published by the company, Bard will now be available to Workspace users. Google said in the blog post: "Google Workspace administrators can now enable Bard for their domains, allowing their users to access Bard using their Workspace accounts."
Workspace users can now use Bard to help with work, research, or other business needs when signed into an administrator-enabled Google Workspace account, the company said.
In other words, personal Google accounts still can't access Bard. The feature is only available to all Google Workspace customers, as well as legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers.

Google Workspace account managers will be able to grant access to their users. Google said that Google Workspace administrators will be able to turn on access to Bard for their users.
 Here's how to do it:
Head to the Admin console under Apps > Additional Google Services > Early Access Apps. Early Access apps are services and products developed by Google teams. Early Access apps make a Google service or product available to Google Workspace users.