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Google announces opening Gemini Pro to cloud computing customers, which developers can use to build applications

2024-06-24 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


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Thank netizens soft media Xinyou 2203184 for the clue delivery! On Wednesday, December 14, Google announced a series of upgraded artificial intelligence (AI) features aimed at providing better services to its cloud computing customers. The tech giant is trying to catch up with competitors such as Microsoft and OpenAI, which are actively taking advantage of artificial intelligence.

According to reports, Google has released Gemini Pro for enterprises, which allows developers to build applications using Google's latest artificial intelligence model. Gemini is a large artificial intelligence system trained by a large amount of data, which can generate new content according to the requirements of users.

Last week, Google launched Gemini, which it claims is the first big language model that can surpass OpenAI GPT-4 in many areas, and now it has launched GeminiPro for enterprises.

Google Cloud customers can use Gemini Pro to create applications such as artificial intelligence chatbots, easy-to-query inventory databases, and marketing presentations. The company also stressed that Gemini Pro will initially be available to cloud customers free of charge, but with some restrictions. However, Google said it eventually planned to ensure that its cloud artificial intelligence products were "competitively priced".

Parameters released by Google show that Gemini Pro's text-based function is four times cheaper to input and two times cheaper to output than its previous-generation artificial intelligence model, PaLM 2, which was released in June.

Thomas Curian, chief executive of Google's cloud business, said the AI model was designed to "generalize and seamlessly understand, manipulate and combine different types of information, including text, code, audio, images and video, just as humans see, hear, read, listen and talk about different types of information at the same time".

Although Google is a pioneer in generative artificial intelligence, the popularity of its products lags far behind its rivals. Last week, Google tried to refute this claim by issuing Gemini. There are three models for Gemini, namely Gemini Ultra, Gemini Pro and Gemini Nano. Google has begun to launch the smallest version of Nano, which can run directly on devices such as Google's flagship smartphone, the Pixel 8 Pro.

At the same time, the company also released a customized version of Gemini Pro, Google's artificial intelligence chat robot, designed to compete with OpenAI's popular ChatGPT. By releasing Gemini Pro to application developers and enterprises, Google hopes to send a message that it no longer lags behind OpenAI and its latest artificial intelligence system, GPT-4, which is accessible through partner Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform.

Google said Gemini Pro supports 38 languages in 180 countries and regions around the world and currently accepts text as input and generates text output. Google has also released a dedicated Gemini Pro Vision platform that can handle text-and image-based prompts from users.

The company also said that Gemini Ultra is the largest and most powerful model it uses to perform "highly complex" tasks and will provide early trials to selected cloud customers and partners before it is released to the public next year.

Google announced that Gemini Pro will be integrated into two key cloud products, Google AI Studio and Vertex AI. Among them, Google AI Studio is a free web-based developer tool, which Google calls "the fastest way to build using Gemini". This tool allows customers to develop applications using Gemini API. At the same time, VertexAI provides more customized services for developers and cloud customers. Companies will be able to customize Gemini with their own data and build applications such as Gemini-based search tools and chatbots.

Mr Curian said Gemini Pro pricing was becoming "more attractive". The company says developers will be able to use Gemini Pro and Gemini Pro Vision free of charge through Google AI Studio, which applies to most application development needs. The more flexible VertexAI will be free until early next year.

Google also released an updated version of the artificial intelligence model Imagen 2, Google's text-to-image technology, which will improve photo realism, text rendering and logo generation. Google has also launched MedLM, a series of fine-tuned models for the healthcare industry, based on the company's work on Med-PaLM 2. Med-PaLM 2 is Google's artificial intelligence model, trained in professional medical knowledge.

Google also announced a global partnership with Mistral AI, a Paris-based artificial intelligence start-up focused on open source software. Mistral AI will distribute some artificial intelligence products, including optimized proprietary language models, on Google Cloud's infrastructure, the companies said in a blog post.

While the agreement is not exclusive, Arthur Arthur Mensch, Mistral AI's chief executive and co-founder, praised Google's flexible tools and ability to support the company's products. "Google's open source support and principles for responsible development of artificial intelligence technologies, extensive and reliable infrastructure capabilities, and commitments around privacy and security are very consistent with our mission to develop open available models," he said. "

With its recent release, Google positioned Gemini as "our next step in artificial intelligence" and boasted "state-of-the-art capabilities". This may be an attempt by Google to divert people's attention from OpenAI ChatGPT or to confront them head-on. If this happens, they will be closer to what they want to achieve. But for now, these products need to perform well and resonate with consumers, including cloud customers.

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