Google’s Bard chatbot has evolved with the introduction of Gemini AI, which is a significant advancement in AI capabilities. Gemini’s multimodal capabilities set it apart from its predecessors, such as ChatGPT, and make it a more versatile and powerful AI model. With the addition of Gemini, Bard is expected to outperform ChatGPT and BingAI with its unique features.
We can expect to see more exciting developments in the field of AI in the coming years. You can now try Gemini Pro in Bard for new ways to collaborate with AI. Gemini Ultra will come to Bard early next year in a new experience called Bard Advanced.
Google has recently launched a new artificial intelligence model called Gemini, which the company claims is better at understanding, summarizing, reasoning, coding, and planning than other AI models. Gemini AI comes in three versions: Pro, Enterprise, and Lite. Google declares Gemini, unveiled today in the Bard chatbot, as its “most capable” AI model ever. Trained on text, video, images, and audio, it marks a significant advancement in AI capabilities.
Gemini is based on a multimodal model, which means that it can understand and generate text, code, and images. This sets it apart from its predecessors, such as ChatGPT, which is a text-only model. This means that Gemini could be used for a wider range of tasks than ChatGPT. For example, Gemini could be used to create a new type of AI-powered chatbot that could understand and respond to both text and images. Similarly, Bing has a separate link for image creation, but within the chatbox, you cannot ask the AI chatbot to create images, so it also sticks to text-only.
Gemini AI takes Google Bard intelligence to the next level
Gemini is still in training, but it’s already exhibiting multimodal capabilities never before seen in prior models. Once fine-tuned and rigorously tested for safety, Gemini AI will be available at various sizes and capabilities, just like PaLM 2, to ensure it can be deployed across different products, applications, and devices for everyone’s benefit. Google executives say Gemini will be even more powerful, more versatile, and offer better integration with tools and APIs. It’s expected to power Bard – along with other Google products – and generate revenue through paid access to its chatbot and application programming interfaces (APIs).
Google’s Bard chatbot, which was launched earlier this year, is already capable of understanding and responding to complex queries. With the addition of Gemini, Bard is expected to outperform ChatGPT and BingAI with its unique features. Google also announced that soon, Google Bard will support 40 languages and that it would use Google’s Gemini model, which may be like the upgrade from GPT 3.5 to GPT 4 was for ChatGPT.