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OpenAI: Google’s Gemini AI model may be ready to take on OpenAI’s GPT-4

Google Announced its next generation Foundation model, Gemini, I/O in 2023. At the time, the company said the model was under training and would be available once it was fine-tuned and rigorously tested for safety. It is now being reported that the company has given early access to the model to a small group of companies, which suggests that it may soon be available to businesses.
According to a report by The Information, giving access to the software to external developers means Google is getting closer to incorporating it into its consumer services, such as Bard AI Chatbot.
The company will soon begin selling Gemini models to businesses through the company’s cloud unit, called Google Cloud Vertex AI Services, the publication said, citing three people with direct knowledge of the matter.
What is Gemini?
Gemini is a large language model (LLM) – the underlying technology of AI chatbot, Google said it will enable users to generate content based on text input, summarize articles based on what users want to read, such as email drafts and music songs, and also help software engineers write code. Is.
Google said Gemini was originally built to be “highly efficient in multimodal, tool, and API integration, and to enable future innovations like memory and planning.” It claimed that the model shows “impressive multimodal capabilities” that were not seen in prior models developed by the company.
To take Google OpenAI
Gemini is Google’s big bet to compete with OpenAI, the company that developed GPT-4. This model has started bringing returns for the company Microsoft The technology has already been incorporated into Office 365 apps and OpenAI’s GPT-4 and DALL-E models. Additionally, financial institutions and other businesses are already paying to access the model.
For Google, the stakes of Gemini’s launch are high as the company has stepped up investments in generative AI this year. While reports said the company was playing catch-up after Microsoft-backed OpenAI launched ChatGPT last year Sundar Pichai Said that the company wanted to ensure the security of its models before releasing them to businesses.
Google also plans to bring Gemini to a wider range of services, from its Bard chatbot to enterprise apps. By doing so, Google hopes to better compete with Microsoft Azure in providing AI capabilities to apps.

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