Google’s answer to Open AI’s GPT-4 rival ‘Gemini’, is about to launch. A team of researchers from Google’s now-merged DeepMind and Google Brain divisions is developing the next-gen, multimodal AI model.
google’s gemini which is rival of GPT-4 This model is being promoted as a major advancement in natural language processing. It is expected to be released by Google later this year.
The tech world has been closely watching the upcoming release, with many speculating about how it will compare to its main competitor, OpenAI’s large language model GPT-4.
A report that declared Google’s AI superiority over GPT-4 sparked an online debate that even attracted OpenAI CEO Sam Altman.
Here’s what we know so far about Google’s new offering gemini, GPT-4 rival.
Multimodality is a hallmark of Google Gemini GPT-4 RIVAL
Google’s Gemini which is a GPT-4 Rival is a multimodal AI that can process multiple types of data
In addition to being able to process images and text, the model is expected to allow for written analysis of visual graphs. As part of its effort to compete with Microsoft’s GitHub Copilot, which is powered by OpenAI, the tech giant is also increasing its code-generation capabilities, the outlet reported.
In a blog post, Google said that once testing and fine-tuning were complete, the model would be available in various sizes.
AlphaGo inspired me
AlphaGo, developed by Google’s DeepMind, was the first computer program to defeat a professional human Go player. It was achieved back in 2016 when AlphaGo beat Lee Sedol, one of the world’s greatest Go players.
In June, Demis Hassabis, the CEO of DeepMind, told Wired that AlphaGo’s techniques would be combined with ChatGPT’s.
At a high level, Gemini combines some of the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with the amazing language capabilities of large models.
Versions in their early stages
According to The Information, Google has been handing out early versions of Gemini to a small group of companies ahead of its launch.
An individual who tested the technology told the outlet it might have an advantage over GPT-4 because of Google’s data from consumer products, as well as information gathered online. According to the report, the addition will enable the model to better understand the user’s intentions.
Moreover, the model was reported to generate fewer incorrect answers, which is a common problem in artificial intelligence known as hallucinations. A Google ad for ChatGPT rival Bard in February showed a chatbot offering an inaccurate response. AI-powered chatbots have been known for presenting incorrect information as fact.
As a result of Google’s access to top-of-the-line chips, SemiAnalysis blog predicts that Gemini will likely outperform GPT-4.