Google Launches AI Model Gemini

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  • Google initiated the phased release of its latest artificial intelligence software, Gemini, on Wednesday, marking a highly anticipated launch in the escalating AI competition.
  • Gemini 1.0, the initial version from the company, has been refined into three distinct sizes: Gemini Ultra, the largest and most adept at handling highly complex tasks; Gemini Pro, designed for scaling across a broad spectrum of tasks; and Gemini Nano, the most efficient for on-device tasks.
  • Google has implemented Gemini Pro for its chatbot Bard, enhancing its capabilities in advanced reasoning and understanding. This upgrade is hailed as Bard’s most significant improvement since its introduction. The enhanced Bard version is currently accessible in English in over 170 countries, with plans for expansion to other languages and locations in the near future.