Google's "Gemini" Takes on OpenAI's GPT-4
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Google has allowed a select few companies to test an early edition of "Gemini", their conversational AI tool, as per a report from The Information. This move is seen as an effort to rival OpenAI's GPT-4.
The importance of a successful Gemini launch cannot be overstated for Google. This year, the tech giant has amped up its generative AI investments, aiming to regain ground after OpenAI's ChatGPT's overwhelming success.
Gemini encompasses vast language models powering a range of applications from chatbots to features that craft original content based on user preferences, such as email templates, song lyrics, and news articles.
The tool is also anticipated to aid developers in coding and creating bespoke images as per user requests.
While developers currently have access to an advanced version of Gemini, the ultimate version, slated to rival GPT-4 in capacity, remains under wraps. Google intends to offer Gemini via its Google Cloud Vertex AI platform.
In recent developments, Google has integrated generative AI into its Search for users in India and Japan, providing text and visual outputs to prompts. Additionally, they've priced their AI-driven tools at $30/user monthly for corporate clients.
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