Google's Gemini AI puts OpenAI's GPT-4 on notice

7 December, 2023 Web Tech

Google's Gemini AI puts OpenAI's GPT-4 on notice

 

OpenAI's ChatGPT has undergone several improvements since it was launched, with GPT-4 being its most capable to date. While Google might have been late to the party, it seems that they are wasting no time as they have since announced Gemini AI, their answer to OpenAI's GPT-4.

 

While there is no doubt that Gemini AI will be able to process text and language, it will be able to do more than that. In addition to text, Gemini will also be able to process other forms of data including images, video, and audio, making it more versatile than what the competitors have to offer.

 

In fact, Google has claimed that in their tests, Gemini has managed to outperform GPT-4 in 30 out of 32 tests that involve video and audio processing, which if true is pretty impressive. We know we said Google was late to the game, but Google has actually been developing AI technologies for years, it's just that for the most part, it was never really available to the general public.

 

OpenAI surprised everyone when they decided to open ChatGPT to the public, which led to a scramble in the tech industry where the major players, Google included, started launching public versions of their AI tools. Google expects Gemini to power a variety of the company's products and services, including Android smartphones and even data centers.

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