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Google Unveils Gemini AI, Surpassing GPT-4 in Multimodal Capabilities

In a groundbreaking move, tech giant Google has officially launched Gemini, its latest artificial intelligence (AI) model, asserting its superiority over OpenAI’s GPT-4. The announcement was made on December 6, with Google CEO Sundar Pichai and DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis jointly revealing the capabilities of Gemini in a company blog post.

Gemini stands out for its optimization across various sizes and use cases, including Ultra, Pro, and Nano. Unlike its competitors, it boasts advanced proficiency in mathematics and specialized coding, enabling it to outperform GPT-4 in these domains. Notably, Gemini’s Ultra version has achieved “state-of-the-art performance” across 30 out of 32 academic benchmarks for large language model development.

According to Google’s chief scientist, Jeff Dean, Gemini Ultra is the first AI model to attain human-expert performance on the massive multitask language understanding (MMLU) test across 57 subjects, scoring above 90%. The model has been designed to seamlessly reason across text, images, audio, and video, positioning it as a frontrunner in the AI landscape.

Furthermore, Gemini introduces advanced programming skills, including code generation using AlphaCode 2, enabling it to solve complex programming problems and collaborate with developers effectively.

Gemini Pro, a version of the AI model, has already outperformed GPT-3.5 in six out of eight benchmarks, making it a powerful contender in the chatbot market. Google has integrated a fine-tuned version of Gemini Pro into its ChatGPT variant, known as Bard, marking the most significant upgrade since its launch.

The deployment of Gemini extends beyond ChatGPT, as it is now featured in Google’s flagship phone, the Pixel 8 Pro. The Pixel 8 Pro is engineered to run Gemini Nano, bringing new features like Summarize in the Recorder app and Smart Reply in Gboard, starting with WhatsApp.

Google plans to roll out Gemini across various products and services, including Search, Ads, and Chrome, in the coming months. The tech giant is also experimenting with Gemini to enhance its web-dominant search engine, promising a generative and transformative search experience for users worldwide.



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