Google Gemini AI
A small number of businesses have apparently been given early access to Gemini, Google’s conversational AI program. Google Gemini AI is intended to compete with OpenAI’s GPT-4 paradigm, according to sources. Given that Google has invested a lot in generative AI this year, the debut of Gemini is very important for the firm.
With the introduction of ChatGPT last year, Microsoft-backed OpenAI attracted much attention, and this endeavor aims to catch up. Gemini has elements that may summarize or produce original content, as well as large-language models that enable chatbots and other applications.
These programs might be used to write news stories, song lyrics, or emails. Google Gemini AI is also expected to help software programmers write code and produce original pictures depending on customer demands. The tech behemoth plans to make Gemini available to businesses via its Google Cloud Vertex AI service. Google has not yet made any official comments in response to this issue.
For customers in India and Japan, the business only just last month included generative AI to its Search feature. In response to requests, this function offers textual or graphic results, including summaries. In addition, Google charged enterprise clients $30 per user per month for access to its AI-powered tools.
Additionally, the business recently unveiled the Digital Futures Project, an initiative to unite various viewpoints in order to better comprehend and address the potential and problems posed by artificial intelligence (AI).
The tech giant intends to support researchers through this effort, organize events, and promote conversations on public policies that support the responsible development of AI.