Alright, my friends. Google’s Artificial Intelligence has come a long way. We started with the basic beliefs from the 1950s that seemed just too primitive for the time. Then we saw the ’80s movie AI, which was cool, but not quite the real deal. Then, more recently we had progress as IBM Watson grabbed the spotlight. Now we’re talking about generative AI using Large Language Models running on vector databases that’s been in the tech news all year.
So here’s the deal, guys. We’re moving into a new year and things are changing, alright? We’re talking about refining and sharpening AI to use industry-specific language models and there’s a whole new wave of AI that’s going to make its way into our applications.
Google’s latest contribution to this changing AI landscape is the Gemini Large Language Model. Now, Gemini isn’t your typical AI machine because we’re not talking about a new app to order you milk from the refrigerator. Instead, we’re excited about a new foundation model for healthcare available through the Google Cloud platform in the U.S. that’s going to make AI more widely available next year.
Google’s also got its developers in mind by launching Duet AI for Developers, offering AI-powered code and chat assistance. So, Google’s really putting a friendly face on these AI technologies in an effort to get more people involved.
Now, let’s keep it real, folks. There might be some challenges ahead as these technologies roll out, but all in all, it’s an exciting time. So let’s hope these developers get the right tools and that we’re not just daydreaming here. See ya later! Keep up with all the latest news on Twitter or LinkedIn from this experienced tech journalist with 30 years of experience.