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Google nears release of AI software Gemini

CIO Insider Team | Friday, 15 September, 2023
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A tiny number of businesses have been granted access to an early version of Gemini, Google's conversational AI program, according to The Information.

According to the report, Gemini is meant to compete with OpenAI's GPT-4 model.

The debut of Gemini holds a lot of significance for Google. As it attempts to catch up following Microsoft-backed OpenAI's unveiling of ChatGPT last year, which rocked the tech world, Google has increased its spending in generative AI this year.

According to the paper, Gemini is a group of large-language models that enable everything from chatbots to tools that either summarize text or create fresh material based on what users want to read, such as email drafts, song lyrics, or news articles.

Additionally, it is anticipated to assist software developers in creating novel code and pictures based on user requests.

According to the report, Gemini is meant to compete with OpenAI's GPT-4 model.

The article said that while Google is working on a larger version of Gemini that would be more comparable to GPT-4, it is not yet making it available to developers.

Last month, the company introduced generative AI to its Search tool for users in India and Japan that will show text or visual results to prompts, including summaries. It had also made its AI-powered tools available to enterprise customers at a monthly price of $30 per user.

Users in the two nations will be given the option to opt in for the service, which was first exclusively available in the United States.

Users in Japan will be able to use the service in their native tongues, while users in India will be able to use it in English and Hindi.

The purpose of Google's search function is to find information, such as where to buy something. It differs from Bard, the company's chatbot, which has a persona and can have conversations that seem human-like to produce software, among other things.

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