Google Unveils Gemini AI to Rival OpenAI’s GPT-4

Google introduces Gemini AI, challenging OpenAI's GPT-4 with its Ultra 1.0 model, surpassing human experts.

  • Google introduces Gemini AI, challenging OpenAI’s GPT-4 with its Ultra 1.0 model, surpassing human experts.
  • Gemini Advanced feature offers collaborative AI experience, excelling in coding, logical reasoning, and creativity.
  • Available through subscription plans, including Google One AI Premium, with a mobile app for easy access.

Google has launched Gemini, its latest artificial intelligence (AI) initiative, positioning it as a direct competitor to OpenAI’s GPT-4. Led by CEO Sundar Pichai, Google claims that Gemini has evolved into an ecosystem supporting various products, APIs, and platforms for developers and businesses. The centerpiece of Gemini is its Ultra 1.0 model, which debuted in December, boasting advancements in text, image, audio, and video processing, and now surpassing human experts in tasks of knowledge and problem-solving across multiple subjects.

Gemini’s Ultra 1.0 model, formerly known as Bard, represents a significant leap in AI capabilities. Google has integrated it into a subscription plan, making it accessible to a broader user base. The introduction of Gemini Advanced enhances the collaborative potential of Google’s AI, offering features tailored for tasks such as coding, logical reasoning, and creative endeavors. This move signals Google’s ambition to not only compete but also redefine the boundaries of AI-driven innovation in various domains.

The availability of Gemini Advanced through the Google One AI Premium Plan, priced at $19.99/month (approximately Rs 1,660), underscores Google’s commitment to democratizing access to advanced AI capabilities. Alongside, the launch of a dedicated mobile app enhances the ease of collaboration with Google’s AI tools, catering to the evolving needs of users seeking efficient and innovative solutions.