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Google's Gemini AI Project: Emerging as a Rival to OpenAI's GPT-4


Google has reportedly given a limited set of companies early access to its artificial intelligence system known as "Gemini." This move is seen as Google's response to the competition posed by OpenAI's GPT-4, which has gained significant support from Microsoft and attracted substantial investments.

For Google, the stakes are high as it aims to increase its investments in generative AI this year in order to keep pace with the technological advancements initiated by OpenAI's ChatGPT last year.

According to the report, Gemini comprises a variety of large language models designed to handle diverse tasks. These tasks range from chatbots to summarizing text and generating original content based on user input, such as composing emails, crafting song lyrics, or generating news articles. Additionally, Gemini is expected to aid software engineers in coding and creating unique images in response to user requests.

Currently, Google is providing developers with access to a sizable version of Gemini, although it's not the largest version currently in development, which will be comparable to GPT-4.

Google's plan is to eventually offer Gemini to businesses through its Google Cloud Vertex AI service. In the past month, the company introduced generative AI technology into its search tool for users in India and Japan. This feature provides textual or visual outputs in response to queries, such as summaries. Furthermore, Google has made its AI-powered tools accessible to enterprise customers for a monthly fee of $30 per user.