OpenAI is on the rise. What began as a non-profit organization has ended up becoming one of the pioneering companies in the field of artificial intelligence. The frenzy sparked by ChatGPT has prompted major companies like Google to step up their game in the realm of AI. It started with the announcement of Google Bard, and now it’s followed by their major project, Gemini AI.
In a field dominated by OpenAI and its ChatGPT, Google aims to stand out with its new conversational software. According to its developers, Gemini would be much more capable than GPT, the model used by ChatGPT to operate. However, we’ll still have to wait a bit longer to see Gemini in action.
It was through The Information that we learned about the new approximate release date of Gemini. According to a source, Google had already granted access to the software to a small group of companies. However, the company stated that Gemini wouldn’t be available until the first quarter of next year, 2024.
But what exactly is Gemini AI? In short, it’s a set of large language models. Gemini is capable of understanding natural language and efficiently responding to user queries. In the future, Google wants to embed Gemini within Google services, thus boosting its applications. Gemini’s significant advantage over other models is precisely Google – the vast amount of data and information the company possesses has fueled Gemini and elevated its potential.
As of now, ChatGPT continues to dominate firmly within its field, with hardly anyone able to overshadow it. Will Gemini become a worthy rival for OpenAI?