Google has taken the wraps off from its new AI model, Gemini. This model is designed to behave in human-like ways, better that what other models can achieve. Gemini is a new artificial intelligence model that outperforms other models in tasks like understanding, summarising, reasoning, coding, and planning. It comes in three versions: Pro, Ultra, and Nano. The Pro version is already available, and the Ultra version will be released early next year. Gemini is a large language model (LLM) developed by Google’s DeepMind division. It’s designed to compete with other AI systems like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and possibly outperform them.
Key Features of Gemini
Multimodal Capabilities Gemini is designed from the ground up to be multimodal, integrating text, images, and other data types. This could allow for more natural conversational abilities. Google showcased the abilities of the AI by conversing with it with the help of a direct video interaction, showing it different objects in real time. Gemini is expected to have a significant impact on the AI industry. It’s Google’s most powerful AI model yet and outperforms OpenAI’s GPT-4. It powers applications and devices like the Bard chatbot and Pixel 8 Pro. Google claims it is one of the first models that has been built as multi-modal LLM from the ground up. That should make interaction more natural and “human-like”.