AI software from Google will soon be available Gemini – The Information
The Information reported on Thursday, citing sources familiar with the situation, that Alphabet’s (GOOGL.O) Google has provided access to an early version of Gemini, its conversational artificial intelligence programme, to a small number of businesses.
According to the source, 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 report, Gemini is a group of large-language models that power everything from chatbots to tools that either summarise material or create fresh content according on what people want to read, such as email draughts, song lyrics, or news articles.
Additionally, it is anticipated to assist software developers in creating novel code and pictures based on user requests.
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.
Through its Google Cloud Vertex AI service, the leading search and advertising company intends to make Gemini accessible to businesses.
A request for comment from Reuters was not immediately answered by Google.
For users in India and Japan, the business this month added generative AI to its Search tool, which will respond to inputs with text or graphic results, including summaries. Additionally, it had made its AI-powered products available to enterprise customers for $30 per user each month.