- The launch of Google’s highly anticipated AI model, Gemini, has been delayed, as reported by The Information.
- Gemini’s debut was rescheduled for early 2024 due to issues in handling non-English prompts.
- Rumors about Gemini’s text and image generation capabilities have been circulating.
The world will have to wait a little longer before experiencing the launch of Google’s most complex artificial intelligence model, Gemini.
Gemini is described as the next generation of AI with multimodal capabilities, capable of processing various data types and generating text, images, and other content based on a sketch or written description.
Previous unannounced launch events, originally scheduled for next week, have been quietly rescheduled for early 2024 due to concerns about the AI’s response to non-English prompts.
Google’s representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.
Although unreleased, Gemini is rumored to outperform OpenAI’s GPT-4 due to its significantly higher computing power.
Google’s VP, Sissie Hsiao, has expressed astonishment at Gemini’s capabilities, stating that it can create entirely novel images based on verbal descriptions.
Despite Google having its own generative AI model called Bard, analysts argue that ChatGPT’s consumer awareness may shift once Gemini is launched.