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Google introduces “most capable” AI model Gemini!

The competition in the AI field further tightens with Google introducing its latest AI model Gemini.
Google introduces “most capable” AI model Gemini!
Google's Gemini AI model

Google upgrades Bard with Gemini Pro

Early this month, Google introduced Gemini, which it said represents a significant leap forward in how AI can help improve people’s lives. It also said that this is the most capable and general model it ever built.

In a blog post, the company said Gemini “was built from the ground up to be multimodal.” This means it can generalize and seamlessly understand, operate across, and combine different types of information including text, code, audio, image, and video.

Google said it developed Gemini to be its most flexible model yet as it is able to run on everything from data centers to mobile devices. Its state-of-the-art capabilities will enhance the way developers and enterprise customers build and scale with AI, it added.

Gemini 1.0, its first version, was optimized for three different sizes, namely Gemini Ultra (largest and most capable model), Gemini Pro (best for scaling across different tasks), and Gemini Nano (most efficient for on-device tasks).

The center of attention among these three is the Gemini Pro. Google recently announced that its AI chatbot Bard will be upgraded with this “for more advanced reasoning, planning, understanding, and more.”

This move aims to make Bard far more capable at things like understanding, summarizing, reasoning, coding, and planning.

Google said it is seeing promising results based on its blind evaluations with our third-party raters. The test showed that Bard is now the most preferred free chatbot compared to alternatives.

This is the biggest upgrade to Bard since it launched. It will be available in English in more than 170 countries and territories, and we plan to expand to different modalities and support new languages and locations in the near future, Google said.

Currently, Bard with Gemini Pro works for text-based prompts, with support for other content types coming soon. Check the full list here to check if this will be available in your country.

Meanwhile, Google said Gemini Ultra is expected to come out soon, while Pixel 8 Pro is the first smartphone engineered to run Gemini Nano. This is supporting new features like Summarize in the Recorder app and rolling out in Smart Reply in Gboard, starting with WhatsApp — with more messaging apps coming next year.

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Sources: Google

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