When ChatGPT became widely available in 2022, Google entered a “code red” level of heightened concern. The existence of this AI chatbot, which can quickly reply to client inquiries, prompted the company to consider the implications for its main search business, According to internal sources.
In the meantime, Google has made a number of planned moves that clearly demonstrate its commitment to artificial intelligence advancement. This dedication was highlighted earlier this year by the company’s development of its own AI-enhanced chatbot, Bard, as well as the continual integration of machine learning capabilities across its portfolio of goods.
However, recent information shows that Google will launch its most comprehensive AI-focused product to date this autumn, with the goal of outperforming both ChatGPT and Google’s own Bard chatbot. This endeavor is led by leaders from Google Brain and DeepMind, two titans in the field of AI research.
According to The Information, an unnamed insider familiar to the project, code-named “Gemini,” recently shared additional information about Google’s plans.
Text And Image Generation
According to this source, Google is focusing on merging the text skills built into its massive language models (LLMs) with the power of AI image output. In contrast to ChatGPT, which primarily generates text, Gemini is about to add the ability to create contextual visuals. Consider a cross between DALL-E and ChatGPT.
Notably, Google is considering including more functions than just this. Gemini’s potential applications could include undertaking flowchart analysis or coordinating voice commands for software control, for example.
Trained On YouTube Transcripts
Gemini, like its machine-learning competitors, analyzes text passages and photographs to detect patterns and deliver answers to specific inquiries.
Google’s YouTube video transcripts, according to the insider, are incorporated in Gemini’s training. However, the company’s legal section monitors the training data for any infringement on anything protected by copyright.
Likely Coming To Google Docs
Given its wide capabilities, Google is likely to employ Gemini to improve a number of its products, including business software such as Google Docs. Developers will also have to pay a charge to gain access to Gemini via the Google Cloud server rental platform, according to the source.
More information regarding Gemini will be made public when Google extends the announcement to app developers by the end of the year. However, the company may begin using Gemini in its goods before then.