Google DeepMind devises a strategy to outwit ChatGPT with Gemini

Priya Walia


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DeepMind, a subsidiary of Google specializing in AI, is currently developing an algorithm dubbed ‘Gemini’ that will combine natural language processing and reinforcement learning. The goal of the endeavor is to develop a chatbot that exceeds the capabilities of the current leader in the market, OpenAI’s ChatGPT, while also operating more responsibly.

Gemini, Driven by DeepMind’s Expertise in AI Research

Reportedly, Gemini is set to introduce fresh innovations that DeepMind’s CEO and co-founder, Demis Hassabis, finds intriguing. In an interview with WIRED, the CEO asserts that the upcoming iteration will capitalize on the impressive capabilities of the large language models (LLMs).

Hassabis further stated that his team would integrate Gemini with the techniques that enabled AlphaGo to defeat a Go champion in 2016 to endow the system with novel abilities such as problem-solving and planning.

The AlphaGo model demonstrated remarkable mastery over the intricacies of the game of Go, which has an astronomical number of potential moves. Incorporating these techniques could potentially enhance Gemini’s adaptability and versatility beyond ChatGPT, which primarily depends on statistical patterns acquired from extensive text data.

At a high level, you can think of Gemini as combining some of the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with the amazing language capabilities of the large models. We also have some new innovations that are going to be pretty interesting, the CEO said.

According to him, Gemini is currently undergoing development, a process that is anticipated to last several months and could incur a cost of tens or even hundreds of millions of dollars.
OpenAI, a company with strong ties to Microsoft, has been instrumental in leading the charge to integrate AI across all of Microsoft’s services, and has made its recently updated GPT-4 LLM model available on Bing Chat, Microsoft 365 Copilot, GitHub Copilot, and Azure OpenAI Service. Meanwhile, Google has also entered the chatbot market with Bard, capable of answering questions and engaging in conversations on a wide range of topics, and is now integrated with Google Search.
Via Wired