According to The Information, Google has let a few companies try out an early version of its artificial intelligence software called Gemini. Google made Gemini to compete with OpenAI’s GPT-4 model, as mentioned in the report.
For Google, this is a big deal. They’ve been putting lots of money into AI this year because they want to catch up. For more information, scroll down and start reading.
What is Gemini?
Gemini is Google’s conversational artificial intelligence (AI) software. It’s designed to enable natural and interactive conversations with users through AI-driven responses and interactions.
Essentially, Gemini is a technology that allows machines to understand and generate human-like text and conversation. Google developed Gemini to compete with OpenAI‘s GPT-4 model, another advanced AI language model.
It’s part of Google’s efforts to advance in the field of AI and natural language understanding.
What’s the News?
Gemini is a set of powerful computer programs developed by Google. These programs have a wide range of applications, from enabling chatbots to have conversations with users to generating summaries and creating various types of content like emails, song lyrics, or news articles.
Additionally, Gemini can assist software engineers in writing code and even generate images based on user requests.
Currently, Google is allowing developers to access a reasonably large version of Gemini, although they are working on an even larger version that would be comparable to GPT-4, another advanced AI model.
Furthermore, Google’s plan is to make Gemini available to companies through its Google Cloud Vertex AI service.
At the time of the report, Google had not responded to a request for comment from us.
Notably, in the previous month, Google introduced generative AI to its Search tool for users in India and Japan, enabling it to provide text or visual results based on user prompts, including summaries. Additionally, Google made its AI-powered tools available to enterprise customers at a monthly rate of $30 per user.
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