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Google Delayed The Launch Of Gemini To January

The company announced the postponement of the launch of its Gemini AI system to January 2024.
Google announced its Gemini AI model at the annual I/O 2023 conference. The event was attended by the corporation’s co-founder Sergey Brin. The company planned to present a full-fledged version of the model in December, but at the last moment they decided to postpone the launch of the neural network.
The decision to postpone the launch of the innovative AI system was made by Google CEO Sundar Pichai. The reason was that Gemini did not work reliably enough with requests in languages ​​other than English. Multilingual support is a priority for Google as it strives to reach and even surpass OpenAI’s GPT-4 AI model. Google has already achieved this standard in some aspects, sources said. In November, Pichai said Google was focused on releasing Gemini 1.0 as quickly as possible, aiming to create a competitive and cutting-edge product. However, the company is currently still working on the final version of Gemini.
Google also announced the development of several variants of Gemini, including a mobile version of Gecko, and emphasized that Gemini is built to support future innovations, including memory and scheduling features. How quickly Gemini will be integrated into Google services such as Bard, Search and Workspace remains an open question.

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