Google Unveils Next Generation AI Model Gemini 1.5

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Google Unveils Next Generation AI Model Gemini 1.5

Google has announced the release of Gemini 1.5, the latest version of its foundation model for artificial intelligence. Gemini 1.5 introduces several key enhancements over previous versions, including dramatically improved performance and efficiency as well as breakthrough capabilities in processing longer contexts.

According to Google, Gemini 1.5 builds on research and engineering innovations in model architecture to achieve better results across a range of AI tasks while using less computing power. The first Gemini 1.5 model being released is Gemini 1.5 Pro, which is optimized to perform well at scale on diverse tasks. Google says Gemini 1.5 Pro has similar capabilities to Gemini 1.0 Ultra, Google's largest previous model, while being more efficient.

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A key new feature Google is touting is Gemini 1.5 Pro’s ability to process context lengths of up to 1 million tokens. Tokens are the building blocks used by AI models to process information. The larger the context an AI model can handle, the more information it can analyze and reason about. To test long-context abilities, Google researchers have successfully run Gemini 1.5 with over 10 million tokens.



Gemini 1.5 Pro is currently being previewed to developers and enterprise customers through Google's AI Studio and Vertex AI platforms. Google plans to make Gemini 1.5 Pro with the standard 128,000 token context window broadly available once testing is complete. Pricing tiers to access the 1 million token context capability will be introduced later as optimizations to improve speed and latency are still in progress.


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