It seems that Google has an answer for ChatGPT and it’s pretty mind-blowing. Check out more details about this below.
Google’s answer to ChatGPT
Google has recently launched its latest artificial intelligence (AI) model, Gemini, which is set to compete with ChatGPT.
The model was developed by Google DeepMind and has been described by CEO and co-founder Demis Hassabis as “the most capable and general model we’ve ever built.” Gemini will power Google’s AI chatbot Bard, which had a rough start earlier this year when its promotional video contained some embarrassing errors.
This AI model is not only capable of responding to questions in text form, but also comes with reasoning skills and knowledge on worldly topics.
Additionally, Gemini is designed to be “multimodal,” which means it can process text, audio, images, video, and computer code all at once.
If you were to show a video of yourself drawing a car to the AI-powered assistant, it would quickly recognize your actions and confirm that you’re drawing a car.
You could then draw another car and ask the AI-powered assistant to determine which one would move faster based on its design and aerodynamics.
Gemini’s intelligence can be observed in various demo videos. The AI-powered assistant was tested on its problem-solving abilities and knowledge in 57 subject areas, including math, physics, history, law, medicine, and ethics.
The results showed that Gemini outperformed human experts in these areas.
Moreover, Google claimed that Gemini performed better than other “state-of-the-art” AI models, such as ChatGPT-4, on 30 out of 32 benchmark tests assessing reasoning and image understanding.
Gemini 1.0 is available in three different sizes: Ultra, Pro, and Nano. The version used will depend on the program and user needs.
For example, Ultra is the most powerful but not necessary for day-to-day use.
From today, Bard will begin using Gemini Pro, and Google plans to integrate other forms of the AI system into products like Search, Ads, and Chrome over the next few months.
Some of the demonstrations mentioned in this article may not be available to most people yet, but they will eventually be made accessible to everyone.
Google has emphasized that its new AI system, Gemini, has been designed with safety and responsibility as its top priorities.
There has been growing worry among industry leaders and scientists that the widespread use of AI technology may lead to unintended consequences due to its immense power, thus opening up Pandora’s Box.
While unveiling Gemini and its omnipotent skills, Google attempted to allay some of those fears.
“At each stage of development, we’re considering potential risks and working to test and mitigate them,” Google said in the blog post.
“Gemini has the most comprehensive safety evaluations of any Google AI model to date, including for bias and toxicity […] We’ll continue partnering with researchers, governments and civil society groups around the world as we develop Gemini.”