Local Household relocation can be stressful, but starting early on the planning and preparation is a good way to reduce the stress. Moving to a new home is an exciting prospect, but also a stressful prospect.
Also, we all get concerned about the cost of moving. But we also know that if we are counting and friends, or a moving company on moving day, we better have reliable friends or a reliable moving company.
Bard is the name of the google equivalent to ChatGPT and an exciting new entry to the large language model artificial intelligence programs on the internet.
Asking an expert?
We received our invitation to Bard, Google’s large language model, and thought this was an interesting experiment. It was also a chance to get our question answered.
We decided to ask Bard “what items should I pack last?” Interestingly, we did not tell Bard that we were worried about packing something we might need, but it got things exactly right, in our humble opinion.
Here is Bard’s answer:
Here are some items that you should pack last when moving:
- Toiletries and personal care items: You will need these items on moving day, so it is best to pack them last so that you can easily access them.
- Electronic devices: These items are also important on moving day, so you should pack them last so that they are not damaged during the move.
- Food and drinks: You will need to eat and drink on moving day, so you should pack these items last so that they are easily accessible.
- Pet supplies: If you have pets, you will need to pack their supplies last so that they are not stressed during the move.
- Children’s items: If you have children, you should pack their toys and clothes last so that they are not upset during the move.
- Important documents: You should pack important documents, such as your passport and birth certificate, last so that they are not lost or damaged during the move.
- Packing supplies: You should pack packing supplies, such as boxes and tape, last so that you can easily find them when you need them.
It is also important to leave a few things unpacked until the last minute. This will help you to avoid stress and make the moving process more manageable.Bard.google.com
Is this right?
Yes, but we could add a tip, make sure your cell phone is fully charged. Your cell phone will not be the invaluable tool to make things go smoothly if you have a dead battery.
I’m just here for the Bard
Well, then consider a question we should have about large language models. How does google reconcile constructing a large language model database and the protection of copyrights? Answer:
Google takes copyright very seriously and has a number of measures in place to protect copyrighted material in its database.
Google uses a variety of techniques to identify copyrighted material, including:
- Using digital fingerprinting to identify unique identifiers for copyrighted material.
- Using machine learning to identify copyrighted material.
- Using human reviewers to identify copyrighted material.
Once copyrighted material is identified, Google takes steps to remove it from its database. Google also works with copyright holders to ensure that their material is properly licensed and that they receive the appropriate compensation.
Google is committed to protecting copyright and to providing a safe and legal platform for users to access and share information.Bard.google.com
So there you go. Is it perfect? I’m sure some people will find some problems. But right now it looks pretty good. And remember to charge your cell phone.
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