Google’s New AI Aims to Outperform ChatGPT with Unprecedented Power

With the widespread availability of ChatGPT in 2022, Google experienced a heightened level of concern, comparable to an alert state. The rapid response capabilities of ChatGPT, capable of providing quick answers to user queries, raised questions about its potential impact on Google’s core search business.

In response, Google initiated a series of strategic moves to advance its artificial intelligence efforts. This commitment was evident with the launch of its AI-powered chatbot named Bard earlier this year, accompanied by consistent integration of machine learning across its offerings.

Recent reports suggest that Google is preparing to introduce its most ambitious AI product yet in the upcoming fall season. This project, codenamed “Gemini,” is a collaboration between leaders from Google Brain and DeepMind, prominent names in AI research. An anonymous insider associated with the project has provided insights into Gemini’s purpose.

Gemini is designed to combine the text capabilities of Google’s expansive language models with advanced AI image generation, setting it apart from ChatGPT. Gemini is expected to generate contextual images in addition to text responses, reminiscent of a fusion between ChatGPT and DALL-E.

Gemini’s training data reportedly involves YouTube video transcripts, though Google’s legal team ensures compliance with copyright restrictions. This AI analyzes text and images to discern patterns and offer relevant responses.

The implications of Gemini are vast, and it’s likely that Google will integrate it into various products, possibly including Google Docs for enterprise applications. Developers may access Gemini through the Google Cloud server rental platform, which may involve costs.

While more details about Gemini are expected to be revealed to app developers by the end of the year, Google might begin utilizing Gemini in its products even before that.