In order to launch Gemini, its anticipated artificially intelligent (AI) conversational system. Google’s Gemini is prepared to go up against ChatGPT
Google is setting up the field for a full-scale AI battle with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. According to a report released by The Information, Google has opened the Gemini testing to selected businesses, indicating that their consumer launch may be imminent. Gemini is a multimodal LLM, which means it can accept natively text, picture, voice, and other types of entries.
In the keynote address at Google I/O in May, Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, stated that “Gemini was built from the ground up to be multimodal.” Although it is still early, we are already witnessing amazing multimodal capabilities that are not present in earlier models, he added.
This pits the technological colossus against the popular ChatGPT chatbot from OpenAI, which has been making waves since its release in November last year.
From finance to medical care, businesses are investing significant sums of money to capitalize on their astonishing communication skills.
But Pichai doesn’t seem concerned about the possibility of an IA duel.
When asked if Google should have released a competitor to ChatGPT earlier, Pichai told Wired, “It’s not entirely clear to me that it would have worked so well.”
Since 2016, Pichai has been increasing his investment on what he refers to as the “future of Google based on the IA.” But I think more time was needed to perfect their models before their release.