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Google CEO Sundar Pichai Showcases Gemini, the new AI Model from Google

Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, recently stated that the company’s cutting-edge artificial intelligence model, Gemini, will be included into a number of its goods and services, including its well-known search engine. Therefore, new capabilities will soon be available to Google Gemini users.
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As expected, the internet giant’s technology has incorporated Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) model, Gemini, into a number of different platforms. Artificial intelligence will soon be available in YouTube, Gmail, and the company’s mobile devices. In his keynote address at the May 14 I/O 2024 developer conference, Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, revealed some of the future applications for his artificial intelligence model.

During his 110-minute presentation, Pichai made 121 references to artificial intelligence (AI), emphasizing the topic’s significance at the same time as Gemini—which was unveiled in December 2023—was receiving attention. The Large Language Model (LLM) is being incorporated by Google into its services, which include Gmail, Android, and Search. Users will be able to interact with applications on Gemini thanks to increased contextualization.

Users will be able to summon Gemini to interact with apps—for example, by dragging and dropping an AI-generated image into a message—with the upcoming update. Users of YouTube will be able to ask the AI specific questions straight within the video by tapping the “Ask this video” button.

Artificial intelligence is already being included into Google’s email client, Gmail. With Gemini, users will be able to compose, search, and summarize emails. More complicated email activities, such helping with online purchase returns, checking the mailbox, finding the receipt, and completing online forms, will be handled by the AI assistant.

Additionally, Google just unveiled Gemini Live, a cutting-edge platform that enables people to have “deep” voice conversations with AI right on their smartphones.

This chatbot adjusts in real time to users’ speech patterns and lets users pause it during a response to ask clarifications. Gemini may also see and react to the physical world around it via images or films that are stored on the gadget. Google is aggressively working on creating artificial intelligence agents that can plan, reason, and execute complicated tasks in phases while being supervised by the user.

Artificial intelligence (AI) can process inputs that include text, images, audio, and video thanks to the multimodal method. Examples of applications include the automation of returns from purchases and city exploring. Furthermore, Google intends to completely incorporate Gemini into its mobile OS, supplanting Google Assistant on Android.

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