What happened to DeepMind’s first entry into language model, dubbed as "Sparrow", a chatbot that the lab claimed was less likely than other language models, but in the end it just gave “dangerous/confusing” and/or “inappropriate” answers ? Scary !
Anyway, it appears that one of Gemini's key points would be its "multimodal" capabilities.
And since it is based on a multimodal model, it can understand and generate text, code, and images. On the other hand, ChatGPT is a text-only model, which means that it can only understand and output text. This means that Gemini could be used for a wider range of tasks than ChatGPT. But I guess only time will tell.
We can see a new AI-powered chatbot which is able to understand and respond to text and images. And then, Gemini is also said to come with abilities like memory and planning.
If I understood this correctly, this means that it could be used to create new kinds of AI-powered apps that aren't possible with ChatGPT. Just take a simple example, what if, Gemini could be used to create an AI-powered personal assistant that could remember your preferences and help you plan your day ?
There could be many possibilities. But we'll have to wait for the Gemini to be out in the open and see what it can do.
Good morning, today you will spend the next several hours hiding from the machines and searching for drinkable water. Then, at 2:00 you have a meeting with THE MACHINES... excuse me, you have a meeting with JOHN SMITH to discuss how to better avoid tipping the machines off to your location. You can be sure that JOHN SMITH is still very much alive and awaiting your meeting with much enthusiasm.