In June, during the Google I/O 2023 conference, the company gave us a sneak peek at Gemini, its most advanced AI model. Ultimately, Google made the Gemini AI models available to the general public before to the end of 2023. As a noteworthy turning point for the business, Google is referring to this period as “the Gemini era.” But what precisely is Google Gemini AI, and is it capable of overthrowing GPT-4, the long-reigning king? Let’s examine our in-depth explanation of the Gemini AI models to find out.
What is Google Gemini AI?
The most recent and most powerful large language model (LLM) created by Google’s Deepmind team, a London-based division of Google, is called Gemini. It debuts as the PaLM 2 model’s replacement, created by Google’s own AI branch. This is the first time the Deepmind team has made a fully functional AI system available to the general public.
It’s crucial to remember that in April 2023, Google combined its Deepmind team with Google Brain division to create a potent model that can rival OpenAI’s top models. And the result of that combined effort is Gemini.
The crucial question now is: What distinguishes Gemini AI from either its own PaLM 2 model or OpenAI’s GPT-4? To start with, Gemini is a multimodal model in the truest sense. Despite supporting image analysis, PaLM 2 extracted data points from an uploaded image using Google Lens and semantic analysis. Essentially, it was Google’s temporary solution to provide image capability for Bard.