Soumya Prakash Pradhan

In the AI race, every tech giant is competing, from Apple to Google. Google is actively participating in this race.

Recently, Google announced that it is renaming its Bard chatbot to Gemini and launching a new mobile app for Android and iOS.

Additionally, they are introducing Gemini Ultra 1.0, which is the largest and most capable version of Google's large language models.

According to official reports, Gemini will be available in over 150 countries and territories in English.

Gemini Advanced will be included in the Google One AI Premium Plan for Rs.1660 per month, starting with a free two-month trial.

The version with Ultra capabilities will be known as Gemini Advanced. It is designed to excel in reasoning, following instructions, coding, and creative collaboration.

Google claims it can act as a personal tutor tailored to your learning style, as mentioned in their official blog.

It is designed to facilitate longer, more detailed conversations and understand contexts from previous interactions.

Using Gemini on your phone allows you to type, talk, or add images for AI assistance while you are on the go.

By downloading the Gemini app on Android or opting in on Google Assistant, you can access it easily from the app or through usual activation methods, like pressing the power button or swiping the screen corner.

A new overlay will provide convenient access to the Google chatbot, offering contextual help right on your screen.