Google's most advanced AI model Gemini Ultra will be available this week

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Google is reportedly ready to make some big AI announcements this week. The Mountain View tech firm’s most advanced AI model, known as Gemini Ultra, will arrive by the end of this week, according to a leaked document posted on X (previously known as Twitter).

Gemini Ultra has been in the news for quite some time now. The tool raised some eyebrows when it managed to beat OpenAI’s GPT-4 in most benchmarks. However, to be able to use Gemini Ultra, users need to buy a paid subscription to the Gemini Advanced tier. Better coding features, multi-modal capabilities, and being able to upload and more deeply analyze files, documents, data, and more will be some of the major highlights of the Gemini Ultra AI model.

The leaked document was a changelog and was posted on X by an Android app developer. Initially, it was dated February 7, but Google later changed it to February 8. Gemini Advanced is expected to be available during that time. What’s more set to happen during the same time? Well, Gemini will also be available as an app on Android, just like ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Copilot. However, the Gemini app will initially be limited to select devices only in the English language within the U.S., with support for more countries and languages coming later.

The leaked document also points to another big AI announcement coming from Google on February 8. Per the document, the search giant will rebrand Bard to Gemini. Although not officially announced yet, we kind of saw it coming because the company integrated Gemini into Bard last year. Also, your wish will come true on the same date for those living in Canada and waiting for Gemini to become available.

Have you used Google’s Bard or Gemini? If yes, what do you think about the company’s upcoming AI announcements leaked in the changelog? Let us know in the comments section.

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