Google Expands Gemini AI Across Its Product Suite

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Google has unveiled widespread integration of Gemini across numerous products and services, signaling a significant advancement in democratizing AI for everyday use.

Gemini stands as Google’s pinnacle system, surpassing human capabilities in assessments spanning language, image, audio, and video comprehension.

The flagship Gemini model, Ultra 1.0, outperformed human specialists in evaluations covering 57 varied subjects, assessing knowledge and problem-solving skills.

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, expressed, “Today, we embark on the next phase by introducing Ultra to our products and to the global community,” in a blog post.

Introducing ‘Gemini Advanced’

Users can now access Gemini through Google’s experimental chatbot formerly known as ‘Bard,’ which will be rebranded simply as Gemini. Additionally, a more sophisticated version named ‘Gemini Advanced’ will debut, initially accessible via Google’s new subscription service, ‘Google One AI Premium.’

Gemini Advanced harnesses the full potential of Ultra, facilitating reasoning, executing instructions, content generation, and fostering creative collaboration. According to Google, it can serve as a personalized tutor or assist users in formulating business strategies.

The premium subscription, priced at $9.99 per month, bundles premium AI features from Google into a unified package. This encompasses perks such as expanded cloud storage.

Gemini Coming To Key Google Products

Alongside the chatbot, Gemini models will drive AI functionalities in Google’s flagship products.

Google has announced that Gemini will soon integrate into Workspace, its suite of collaboration and productivity applications. Features such as ‘Smart Compose’ in Gmail will leverage Gemini to enhance user writing speed. Furthermore, later this year, Google One subscribers will gain direct access to Gemini within Workspace apps.

For Google Cloud customers, Gemini will expedite coding processes, enhance productivity, and bolster security through AI-powered solutions.

Google intends to unveil further specifics next week regarding the capabilities Gemini will offer developers and Cloud customers.

Original news from SearchEngineJournal