Google Delays Its GPT 4-Rival ‘Gemini AI’ to Next Year

Google already has a ChatGPT alternative called Bard available that you can use today. Bard, for those who don’t know, is based on Google’s PaLM 2 model and has increased in capabilities since its unveiling earlier this year. Google wants to further strengthen its conversational AI with multi-modal capabilities, so it has been working on a next-generation base model called Gemini, as unveiled at Google I/O 2023. However, it appears that development is not going as planned, as Gemini’s According to reports, the release has been postponed.

The latest report from The information has revealed bad news for Google’s major AI project. Issues in the company’s roadmap have apparently surfaced quite frequently in recent weeks. This report indicates that Gemini AI has a major problem with it process input in other languages that are not English. Multi-language support is essential to Gemini’s global success.

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Google had discussed the latter extensively PALM 2 (latest AI model) and Gemini at the I/O 2023 event. Access to early versions of Bard with Gemini for testing was reportedly granted to certain companies that are part of their Google Cloud program. However, two weeks agoOcompanies were told not expected before the first quarter of 2024 instead of. All of this points to major delays in Google’s latest Gemini AI.

At the same time, OpenAI is advancing at a breakneck pace and has already been launched DALL-E 3 integration into ChatGPT for Plus subscribers. It even plans to release a custom GPT Store next year. Despite everything tumultuous turn of events recently at OpenAI, their roadmap and contributions to AI innovation are in flux. The last GPT4 Turbo the OpenAI DevDay conference was unveiled. It is not only cheaper to use, but also has more functionality.

Google Gemini AI announced at the i/o 2023 conference

After Google’s I/O 2023 devcon, Gemini AI was expected to be available for use in late 2023. The latest report shows that Google CEO Sundar Pichai had even planned events in New York, California and Washington. However, because Gemini isn’t ready yet and can’t consistently accept non-English questions, these events won’t happen.

As we mentioned above, Google’s Gemini AI may launch in early 2024. And it’ll be interesting to see if it’s just as capable like that of OpenAI GPT-4.

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What do you think of Google’s upcoming Gemini AI? Do you think it could ultimately be better than GPT-4, given its expected multimodal capabilities? Let us know in the comments below.

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