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Google inches closer towards releasing AI software Gemini : Reports

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Image credit : YouTube (AI Revolution) According to a report from The Information, Google’s parent company Alphabet has offered a small group of firms access to an early version of its conversational AI software Gemini. With the launch of Gemini, the tech giant aims to take on OpenAI's GPT-4 model. The introduction of Gemini marks a substantial stride for the company as it is investing heavily in generative AI with a view to catching up with Microsoft-backed OpenAI as its ChatGPT AI model has been making waves throughout the world just after it was launched in November last year.  [caption id="attachment_188499" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]ChatGPT Android app Image credit : The US Sun[/caption] Gemini consists of a large range of large-language models that features a chatbot and various functionalities that can rephrase your text, create content based tailored to users preferences, draft emails, write poems, compose lyrics, and write news stories as well, as per the report.  The forthcoming conversational AI model is likely to help software engineers write code and generate original images tailored to users’ requirements. According to the report, Google gave access to companies comparatively a large version of Gemini and not the largest one which is supposed to be on par with GPT-4.  Also read : Anthropic launches Claude Pro, a paid plan for power users The tech conglomerate focused on search and advertising aims to offer access to Gemini to businesses via its Google Cloud Vertex AI service. Last month, the tech giant rolled out generative AI functionality to its Search tool, catering to users in India and Japan. This feature provides text or visual results in response to prompts, including summaries. Furthermore, Google made its AI-powered tools accessible to enterprise customers at a monthly fee of $30 per user.

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