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06 Dec 2023

Google launches Gemini AI – its ChatGPT killer

Google has just released Gemini, a new multimodal AI which is being billed as a "ChatGPT Killer".

Unlike ChatGPT, it can take inputs in text, code, audio, image and video, making it far more powerful and extending the range of applications.

Gemini comes in three sizes – Ultra, Pro and Nano – to function across a broad range of devices from smartphones to datacentres.

Google says Gemini can understand and absorb the world around us.

Google Deepmind has created an ethical framework for Gemini to ensure it's managed with safety and responsibility in all aspects, using filters and classifiers.

Gemini beats OpenAI's GPT-4 and ChatGPT in 30 out of 32 AI model performance benchmarks.

Find out more here.



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Excitement for Bedford as the town could be home to Europe’s first Universal Studios @parks_universal [more...]
Google launches Gemini AI – its ChatGPT killer @google [more...]
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