For years, Google has been heavily investing in AI technology as the best way to enhance its products and services. One example of this is the Search Generative Experience (SGE), available in Search Labs, showcasing the progress made in AI. AI is also a key component in Google’s Cloud and Workspace services as well as in the subscription service Google One, which is rapidly approaching 100 million subscribers.
In December, Google entered the Gemini era, a new milestone in AI development that sets a new standard for text, image, audio, and video benchmarks. Gemini is not just about models, but supports an entire ecosystem of products, APIs, and platforms for developers and businesses to innovate.
The largest model, Ultra 1.0, has surpassed human experts in massive multitask language understanding (MMLU), testing knowledge and problem-solving abilities across 57 subjects. Today, Google is introducing Gemini Advanced, an even more powerful version of the model, capable of reasoning, following instructions