Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Google continues to try to beat OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, in the Artificial Intelligence technology war. Most recently, the tech giant was reported to be taking steps to merge two AI divisions.
The merger is in order to create a project called Gemini. The Information report also mentions that this effort is in order to catch up with competitors in the AI field, including OpenAI.
Gemini will create a larger and more multifunctional AI programming language model. Its capabilities will combine GPT-4, which was created by OpenAI and can accommodate natural, human-like discussions with text forms, and create visual images such as Midjourney and Stable Diffusion.
According to Google employees, Gemini will be able to analyze charts or create graphs based on commands based on text descriptions. The product can also control the software with text or voice commands.
Gemini will be found in a number of Google service products. From Bard to productivity apps like Docs to Slides.
With a number of these new features, Google’s ambition to catch up with its competitor Microsoft. The company is known to have gone a step further with the latest AI features for its applications, Office 365.
Previously, Google was known to be trying to make a ChatGPT competitor through Bard. The chatbot comes after the popularity of ChatGPT since late last year.
Google also moved quickly with creating Bard and growing the platform. One of them is presenting 40 new languages and reaching a wider market to more than 59 new countries and regions through its chatbot since last July.
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