Google is preparing to grant early access to its AI notebook, ‘Project Tailwind,’ offering users a robust and intuitive platform for AI development and experimentation. The tech giant previously introduced ‘Project Tailwind’ as an “AI-first notebook” last month, providing a glimpse into its capabilities.
One of the notable features of ‘Project Tailwind’ is its demonstration of the PaLM (Polyhedral Automatic Loop Mapper) application programming interface (API), which assists users in synthesizing information from various sources of their choice.
Since the beginning of the previous month, interested users have been able to join the waitlist for ‘Project Tailwind’ through Google Labs. In a recent update on the landing page, Google announced its plans to open early access to users on the waitlist soon, and also hinted at an upcoming name change for the project.
In other news, Google recently made enhancements to its AI chatbot, ‘Bard,’ introducing improved logic and reasoning capabilities. By implementing a novel technique called “implicit code execution,” Bard can recognize computational prompts and execute code in the background. This advancement allows Bard to provide more accurate responses to string manipulation, coding questions, and mathematical operations.
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