Google AI Boss Says New System Will Be More Powerful Than OpenAI

Gemini According to Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassibis, Google has an ultra-powerful large language model (LLM) on the way — and it may blow OpenAI’s existing systems like the ones powering ChatGPT out of the water. In a new interview with Wired, Hassibis explained that the new AI dubbed Gemini is built on the capabilities of Google’s AlphaGo, a DeepMind-built machine learning system that famously became the first model to beat a human at the incredibly complex game Go back in 2016. AlphaGo has long been considered a pioneer in the realm of reinforcement learning, a form of machine learning that deals with AI decision-making. By powering an LLM with AlphaGo’s deep decision-making skills, scientists hope it could one day overtake OpenAI’s buzzy products in tasks like reliable text analysis. And, if Hassibis is to be believed, it could even put Google ahead in Silicon Valley’s ongoing and intensely competitive AI race. “At a high level you can think of Gemini as combining some of the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with the amazing language capabilities of the large models,” Hassabis told Wired. “We also have some new innovations that are going to be pretty interesting.” Heated Race Before you get too excited, though, Hassibis did concede that Gemini is still very much under development and won’t make it to market for several more months. Still, if Gemini does prove to possess superior problem-solving skills over OpenAI’s models — and Google still has a lot to prove — it could be a big…Google AI Boss Says New System Will Be More Powerful Than OpenAI

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