Allegedly, Google is postponing the release of its Gemini AI to 2024

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The unveiling of the next-generation AI model took place at I/O 2023, with the aim of competing against OpenAI’s GPT-4.

Google has canceled its upcoming Gemini launch events, originally scheduled for the next week, and now intends to unveil its GPT-4 competitor in January, as reported by The Information. Initially teased at I/O 2023 as a foundational model with “impressive multimodal capabilities” early in its training, Google had initially aimed for a year-end launch in an unconventional holiday timing, undisclosed to the public. However, sources indicate that Gemini encountered challenges with non-English queries, prompting CEO Sundar Pichai to postpone the release. Gemini is designed to handle diverse applications by integrating different data types, such as images and text, for more advanced tasks. In May, Google stated, “Once fine-tuned and rigorously tested for safety, Gemini will be available at various sizes and capabilities.”

Gemini is anticipated to enhance Google’s existing AI and AI-enhanced products, including Bard, Google Assistant, and Search. Given the significance of this release and the established dominance of rival OpenAI in the field, Google appears unwilling to risk a hasty launch of Gemini.

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