Google Pushed the Launch of Gemini AI to Next Year

Google pushed the launch of Gemini AI to next year: The year 2023 saw the rise of large language model based (LLM) chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI). OpenAIs chatbot, ChatGPT, has played a role in this.

ChatGPT has posed a challenge to Google, the leading search industry player. Consequently Google has introduced its chatbot called Bard this year.

However, bard is not a replacement to ChatGPT since there are many drawbacks in its responses thus Goggle was working on Gemini a more powerful chatbot. But as per some reports Google pushed the launch of Gemini AI to next year.

Google Pushed the Launch of Gemini AI to Next Year

Moreover it appears that Google had plans to launch Gemini, a powerful chatbot this week. However, according to a report published by The Information, the launch has now been postponed until 2024. When it comes to launching Gemini Google wants to ensure they take no risks.

According to the report Pichai decided to delay the launch due to Gemini’s performance in answering questions. It seems that the rescheduling of Gemini’s introduction for 2024 has been done quietly.

Why Did Sundar Pichai Postpone The Launch Of Gemini?

The report also mentions that Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet made the call to postpone launch events originally planned for California, New York and Washington. This decision was based on Gemini’s unreliability in handling ” English queries ” as stated in the report.

Google itself had not made any announcements about the launch. The introduction of Gemini would have been considered an event for Google as they aimed to end 2023 on a note.

When it comes to AI it would have also shown the world that the big search engine can compete with OpenAI especially considering that OpenAI is currently seen as a leader in this field.

Is Google’s Gemini More Powerful Chatbot than ChatGPT?

In addition to understanding and processing various forms of data, Gemini is intended to be a multi-modal generative AI chatbot that produces responses in the required format.

Earlier this year in May, during its annual I/O developer conference, Google discussed Gemini. It is claimed that Gemini is more potent than ChatGPT, a competitor that currently represents one of the search engine’s main threats.

Google added generative AI results to its primary search engine page due to ChatGPT’s success. Demis Hassabis, the CEO of Google DeepMind, stated to Wired in June of this year that Gemini would provide more services than generative AI.

Hassabis stated, “At a high level, you can think of Gemini as combining some of the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with the remarkable language capabilities of the large models.”

This basically means that, in addition to the skills ChatGPT currently lacks, the model would also have problem-solving and planning abilities. However, as was mentioned last week, OpenAI is attempting to address that issue with its own Q* model.

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Conclusion

In this article we discussed about how Google pushed the launch of Gemini AI to next year. “In an interview with Wired Hassabis mentioned that once Gemini is fully developed it could play a role in Googles response to the threat posed by ChatGPT and other generative AI technology.”

However it seems that Google is sticking to its approach, with AI and isn’t taking any risks with the launch of Gemini. So users will still need to be patient and wait for its release.

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