Here at Ambire, we are passionate about learning all things AI, particularly new language models that have been rapidly developed. It is absolutely clear that AI models have taken the world by storm. These models are more accessible than ever, and are used in all facets of life, from everyday tasks to the workplace. 

That’s why when Google released their latest AI model, Gemini, we were eager to see what developments were in store for users. While it is not fully accessible to Australians just yet, it never hurts to be in the know early! Read on to discover all you need to know about the Gemini AI Model

Defining The Gemini AI Model

So, what exactly is the deal with the Google Gemini AI Model?

Google has referred to Gemini as a “natively multimodal” model. This means it can learn and supply data beyond just Writing Effective Content, giving insights from audio, video, and images. In fact, its strength lies in the creation and processing of these other modes. 

“Gemini is the result of large-scale collaborative efforts by teams across Google, including our colleagues at Google Research,” says Dennis Hassabis, CEO and Co-founder of Google DeepMind. “It was built from the ground up to be multimodal, which means it can generalise and seamlessly understand, operate across, and combine different types of information including text, code, audio, image, and video.”

It is also capable of completing complex tasks in maths and physics, as well as understanding and generating high quality code in various programming languages. This Gemini AI Video shows the tester uploading a photo of handwritten answers on a physics worksheet. While Gemini is more than capable of solving the equations, in this case, it was able to read the answers and understand what was right and wrong. It was able to clarify the concepts, and expand on steps that the user needed a better understanding on.

If you’re more on the creative side, you may appreciate its ability to analyse information from images. This Demo Video combines two emojis: a ghost and an avocado. From this image, the AI model is able to determine what the two emojis are, and which elements of both have been used to create the hybrid. This imaging processing will open a wealth of creativity and inspiration. 

 How Can Google Gemini Be Accessed? 

Google Gemini will be accessed a few different ways. 

The easiest and common way to access Google Gemini will be through Google Bard. You simply just need a Google account to access it. Google Bard is an AI language model that was developed at the beginning of the year. Gemini will be integrated within the model to further maximise the capabilities of the platform. If you want confirmation that the Bard you are using is running through Google Gemini, simply ask the model through the text box. 

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It will also be accessed through Google AI Studio, which will be a good option if you are already familiar with the studio. To get started with Google AI Studio, you need to create an account and log in. The interface will guide them through the process of selecting a task, and fine-tuning Gemini to perform it. 

For android users, specifically those who use Pixel 8 Pro, can use Gemini. The Pixel 8 Pro is the first phone to incorporate Gemini Nano, a smaller version of the larger Gemini model, making it compatible with Google Gemini

The Three Types Of Gemini Google Models

Google Gemini comes in three models that can be accessed in different ways: 

Gemini Nano

Gemini Nano is tailored for mobile devices, such as the Pixel 8. This version ensures that on-device tasks are performed seamlessly, even offline. From suggesting relevant replies in chat apps to summarising text content, Gemini Nano promises powerful AI capabilities, while prioritising a smooth and responsive user experience.

Gemini Pro

Gemini Pro is utilised through Bard and Google AI, making it more likely to be accessed by the public. This integration with Bard is set to elevate the chatbot’s capabilities even further in reasoning, planning, and understanding.

Gemini Ultra

Gemini Ultra is yet to be dropped, however, it is slated to be the most powerful variant of the three. It is designed to tackle highly complex tasks, and is geared towards data centres and enterprise applications. According to testing undertaken, Ultra exceeds 30 of 32 academic benchmarks, and has beaten ChatGPT-4 in every testing capability criteria, besides ‘common sense reasoning for everyday tasks.’

Scale Your Business With Google Gemini

How can your business benefit from what Google Gemini has to offer? Soon, it will be able to: 

 Holistically Make Decisions

Gemini can analyse vast amounts of data, including text, images, and videos. This allows it to make more informed, holistic decisions from its data-driven insights about everything from product development to marketing strategies.

 Create Multimodal Content

Gemini is multimodal in nature: Text, images, audio, and code can be worked and analysed together. This could mean generating code based on an image prototype, or summarising a video presentation in a written report. This melding of modalities allows for a more automated and interconnected business.

Personalised customer service: Gemini transforms customer interactions from generic dialogue to a more bespoke approach. It will be prepared to anticipate customer needs and recommend products tailor-made.

Google Gemini AI Model: Another Breakthrough In AI 

AI developments are as rapid as ever, and the latest Google Gemini model is the most recent one that has hit the ground running. While it’s still relatively new to use and has yet to release its most advanced model Gemini Ultra, it is truly fascinating to see how far AI continues to progress. When it eventually comes more readily available to other countries, why not see how it can make your business flourish?