Google Shows Off "Gemini" AI, Says It Beats GPT-4

Google has officially showed off its hotly-anticipated AI model, Gemini — which it claims is more powerful than OpenAI’s GPT-4 large language model (LLM), saying it can rival “expert level” humans in an intelligence test. The model, which CEO Sundar Pichai first unveiled during the company’s I/O conference in May, will come in three flavors: Nano, Pro, and Ultra, with Ultra being the most capable and the one that can allegedly edge out GPT-4. A “fine-tuned version of Gemini Pro” has already been integrated into Google’s Bard chatbot, according to an official blog post. Ultra is still undergoing “extensive trust and safety checks” and “fine-tuning” but will eventually be built into Bard as well “early next year.” But beyond some simple video demonstrations the company shared today, that’s more or less all we know about Google’s latest AI. We don’t know, for instance, how many parameters it has or what data it was trained on, making an accurate apples-to-apples comparison with competing AI models impossible. That’s not to mention the glaring lack of a commonly agreed-upon, industry-standard benchmark to measure the intelligence of any AI model. Basically, we’ve heard some marketing fluff — and now the company has a lot to prove. Gemini is “natively multimodal,” which means it can “combine different types of information including text, code, audio, image and video,” according to the blog post. In a series of videos, Google showed off Gemini’s capabilities. One video shows a program correctly identifying a drawing of a blue duck. A separate…Google Shows Off "Gemini" AI, Says It Beats GPT-4

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