CEO of Google: The Next-gen AI Surpassing ChatGPT


The CEO of Google’s DeepMind, developers are leveraging the technology from their 2016 AlphaGo model to enhance Gemini, aiming to make it even more capable than existing language models.


DeepMind, Google’s AI subsidiary, has announced that their upcoming AI system will surpass OpenAI’s ChatGPT in terms of capabilities. They are working towards creating an AI model that outperforms the current state-of-the-art language model.

In a report by Wired, Demis Hassabis, the CEO of DeepMind, revealed that their upcoming AI system, Gemini, is a large language model (LLM) that shares similarities with ChatGPT in terms of text processing. However, Gemini will be equipped with additional capabilities such as planning and problem-solving.

The system will incorporate technology and techniques used in AlphaGo, an earlier AI system developed by DeepMind in 2016. In essence, Gemini aims to combine the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with the remarkable language capabilities of large models.

During Google’s I/O developer conference in May, Demis Hassabis, the CEO of DeepMind, introduced Gemini along with several other AI products. Hassabis hinted at “new innovations” within Gemini that he found to be “pretty interesting.” While specific details were not provided, these developments suggest that Gemini will bring fresh and intriguing advancements to the field of artificial intelligence.

According to Demis Hassabis, Gemini is several months away from its official launch and has required a significant investment of tens or hundreds of millions of dollars for its development. Hassabis expressed confidence in the capabilities of Gemini, stating that he sees no reason why their efforts with the system would not be successful.

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Additionally, he emphasized the importance of urgent research to assess the potential risks associated with more advanced AI systems. Notably, Hassabis had previously suggested that human-level AI could emerge prior to the year 2033. Following the recent launch of Google’s AI chatbot Bard, designed to compete with OpenAI’s renowned ChatGPT, reports indicate that Bard encountered internal skepticism from former Google employees due to “concerns for society.”

This development comes in close proximity to the announcement of Gemini, DeepMind’s upcoming AI system, which aims to surpass ChatGPT in capabilities. The contrasting reception towards Bard highlights the ongoing ethical considerations surrounding AI technology and its potential impact on society.

Google Bard has faced a setback as it was blocked from launching in the European Union. Regulators in Ireland accused the company of not submitting the required paperwork, leading to the prohibition. This obstacle has hindered the introduction of Bard’s AI chatbot service within the EU, prompting Google to address the compliance requirements in order to move forward.

Important: This article is intended solely for informational purposes. It should not be considered or relied upon as legal, tax, investment, financial, or any other form of advice.

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