Leveraging Google AI APIs Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 20m
  • 20 questions
The Leveraging Google AI APIs Literacy (Beginner Level) benchmark measures your knowledge of using Bard to answer questions and create content while recognizing Bard's limitations, features, and best practices and the ethics, privacy, and security concerns that can come with using a generative AI technology like Bard. You will be assessed on your ability to unlock creativity with Bard for content creation, summaries, image recognition, and translations. Learners who score high on this benchmark demonstrate that they recognize Google Bard's generative AI features and capabilities.

Topics covered

  • compare the unique capabilities of LaMDA, PaLM, and Bard and recognize how the are interconnected
  • distinguish the features of Bard from other conversation AI offerings like OpenAI's ChatGPT
  • identify the features, capabilities, and functionality of Bard and how it can be used in everyday situations
  • identify the languages and capabilities that Bard provides for translating languages to and from English
  • identify the privacy and ethical concerns of using a generative AI including understanding bias, inaccuracies, and hallucinations
  • outline the Bard application programming interface (API) and how it can be used
  • outline what Bard is, how it can be used, its history, and its significance to artificial intelligence (AI)
  • recognize the security concerns and limitations of generative AIs, and some common best practices for addressing these concerns
  • use Bard to generate text content like summaries and descriptions of events
  • use the Bard API to create an outline for a potential course and create summaries of content
  • use the Bard API to create a story, poem, and song lyric
  • use the Bard API to create or complete a blog or marketing copy
  • use the Bard API to integrate a tone that will influence the output response from Bard
  • use the Bard API to translate English into other languages and leverage Drafts to get a better translation
  • use the Bard voice input to ask questions of Bard and have Bard read out responses
  • use the Bard web interface to export Bard code responses to sites like Colab and Replit
  • use the Bard web interface to identify objects in images
  • use the Bard web interface to perform website translations for third-party sites or use it internally to provide translations for a business site's customers
  • work with Bard to ask questions, get feedback, modify responses, and leverage feedback and drafts
  • work with the Bard web interface, including the components, sidebar, and chat interface