Google postponed the launch of the Gemini AI model to 2024
December 4, 2023

Google postponed the launch of the Gemini AI model to 2024

Google Gemini AImodel artificial intelligence next-generation was announced at the I/O conference in 2023 and aims to compete with GPT-4 by the OpenAI company model

According to new information, Google has canceled events to mark the launch of the new AI models that were scheduled for next week, and now plans to launch its competitor GPT-4 in January, according to The Information.

The company announced the Gemini AI model at I/O conference in 2023then describing it as a basic model with “impressive multimodal capabilities” in the early stages of training.

Gemini has trouble with questions in non-English speaking languages

Google had originally planned to launch it before the end of the year during the unusual time between the holidays — which has not been publicly announced — but company sources say it’s having trouble with non-English language questions, prompting CEO Sundar Pichai to delay its release in circulation.

Gemini is also expected to bring improvements to Google’s existing AI products

Gemini should handle a wide range of applications, combining different types of data such as images and text for more advanced tasks. In May, Google stated: “After fine-tuning and rigorous safety tests, it will be available in different sizes and capabilities.”

Gemini is expected to bring improvements to both the company’s existing AI products and AI-enhanced products such as Bard, Assistant and Search. However, given the importance of this release and the dominance that rival OpenAI already has in this space, it seems Google doesn’t want to take any chances with a quick release of Gemini.