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About our Google Gemini news

Latest news on Google Gemini, Google's upcoming artificial intelligence system, which is being developed by the Google DeepMind division. It is expected to be a large language model (LLM) that can integrate text, images, and other data types to perform various tasks and generate multimodal content. Gemini is also designed to have features like memory, planning, reasoning, and problem-solving that could make it more powerful and accurate than existing AI systems like ChatGPT from OpenAI.

Gemini is still in the training and testing phase, and Google has not announced a release date yet. However, some reports suggest that Google has given early access to Gemini to select companies and researchers. Gemini will use Pathways, Google's new AI infrastructure, to scale up training on diverse datasets. It will also use techniques from DeepMind's AlphaGo system, such as reinforcement learning and tree search, to enhance its capabilities.

Gemini will be available in different sizes and capabilities, depending on the use case and the user's preference. It will also use retrieval methods to output entire blocks of information, rather than word-by-word generation, to improve factual consistency. It will also use fact-checking against sources like Google Search to reduce errors and harmful content.

Gemini is expected to be a key rival to OpenAI's GPT and other AI systems in the market. It could also enable new features and applications for Google's products and services, such as Workspace, Search, Health, and Security. Gemini could potentially be the largest and most innovative language model created to date.

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