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Google’s Gemini AI model, designed to compete with ChatGPT, faces a delayed launch

Google’s launch of its Gemini AI model, intended to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT, faces delays, with an expected release in the first quarter of 2024.

Google had initially informed some cloud customers and partners of potential access to Gemini by November but has since notified them of the delay.

This setback coincides with a period of slowed cloud sales growth for Google, while its competitor Microsoft has seen positive numbers, having invested significantly in OpenAI and integrated its technology into its offerings.

Gemini, a large language model (LLM), is designed to generate content based on text inputs, summarizing articles, and facilitating tasks such as crafting email drafts and music lyrics.

The model aims to provide streamlined responses and improved answers to queries compared to previous models, showcasing impressive multimodal capabilities.

Gemini is also touted for its capacity to assist software engineers in code writing.

The delay in Gemini’s launch poses challenges for Google as it seeks to compete in the evolving AI landscape and address the growing demand for advanced language models and conversational AI technologies.

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