Google launches Gemini, know its features, it will give competition to Apple and Meta
Google launches Gemini AI: Google's parent company Alphabet has launched its largest and most capable AI model to date, Gemini, to compete with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) of Apple and Meta.
Google's parent company Alphabet has launched its largest and most capable AI model Gemini to date to compete with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) of giant tech companies Apple and Meta. Google has made the new AI model quite advanced. Gemini AI has become available to Bard and Pixel users around the world. It is Alphabet's first AI model after Google merged its AI research units, DeepMind and Google Brain, into a single division called DeepMind, overseen by DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis.
Describing the speciality of Gemini AI, the company has informed that Gemini AI has been designed to work in many ways at the same time. It can work on different types of information, such as text, code, audio, images and video at the same time.
Giving information, the company said that it will start with Gemini Nano in Pixel 8 Pro. With its help, smart replies can be done through the summarize feature in the recorder app and through Gboard. The feature of smart reply will start from WhatsApp.
The version above this will be Gemini Pro which can be used to complete most of the daily use tasks easily. Its top version will be Gemini Ultra which will be used to complete special and very complex tasks. Gemini will also be gradually rolled out for services like Search, Ads, Chrome and Duty AI.
Regarding Gemini's excellent performance on many parameters, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Gemini 1.0 has been optimized for different sizes (Ultra, Pro, Nano). That means there will be different versions that will perform different types of tasks. According to Pichai, “This is the first model of the Gemini era and the first step towards realizing this vision was taken by the formation of Google Deep Mind earlier this year. This new model is one of the largest science and engineering efforts we have ever undertaken as a company.
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