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Google Gemini : Latest and most powerful Language Model of Google?

Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai heralds the advent of the Gemini era, marking the emergence of their latest expansive language model, first hinted at during the June I/O developer conference and now rolling out to users. As Pichai, alongside Google DeepMind’s CEO Demis Hassabis, underscores, Gemini signifies a transformative leap in AI technologies that will have broad implications for Google’s entire suite of products. Pichai emphasizes the transformative potential of advancing a core technology that can swiftly propagate enhancements throughout Google’s diverse offerings.

Gemini encompasses a suite of models tailored for various applications. Gemini Nano is the compact variant, engineered for seamless offline operation on Android devices. Gemini Pro represents a more robust iteration, set to bolster an array of Google AI services and constituting the foundation of Bard as of today. Meanwhile, Gemini Ultra, the most sophisticated version of Google’s large language models to date, appears primarily aimed at data center and enterprise usage.

The deployment of Gemini is multi-faceted: Bard gains its intelligence from Gemini Pro, while the Pixel 8 Pro is slated to receive novel features courtesy of Gemini Nano. Gemini Ultra is expected to launch the following year. Starting December 13th, developers and business clients can tap into Gemini Pro via tools like Google Generative AI Studio or Vertex AI on Google Cloud. Currently, Gemini operates exclusively in English, but support for additional languages is on the horizon. Pichai envisions a future where Gemini’s capabilities are interwoven with Google’s search engine, advertising services, the Chrome browser, and more, establishing a global footprint. The Gemini era is poised to redefine Google’s trajectory, arriving in a timely fashion.