DeepMind, the Google-owned research lab, is developing a new chatbot named “Gemini” that could rival or even surpass OpenAI’s popular language model, ChatGPT. By combining AlphaGo-style techniques with cutting-edge innovations in reinforcement learning and natural language processing (NLP), Gemini aims to be able to plan or solve problems as well as analyze text. DeepMind Gemini!
Reinforcement Learning for Better Language Models
Reinforcement learning has already shown its potential in improving NLP models like ChatGPT by rewarding AI systems for certain behaviors. With deep experience in this area from their work on AlphaGo, it’s no surprise that DeepMind is eager to apply these learnings to the generative AI domain.
Aiming High with Ambitious Work
While last year saw DeepMind introduce Sparrow—claimed to provide less unsafe answers than other chatbots—their latest project is much more ambitious. Reports suggest direct participation from senior executives within Google such as Jeff Dean who are keenly interested in seeing how far Gemini can go.
As investor enthusiasm around generative AI continues growing alongside customer demand, Grand View Research predicts this market will reach $109.37 billion by 2030—a 35% increase over today.
Stay tuned for updates on whether Gemini lives up to expectations and rivals industry leader ChatGPT!
DeepMind’s Gemini: Rival OpenAI’s ChatGPT written by Hoda F.
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