Google Gemini explained: 7 things you need to know about the new Copilot and ChatGPT rival


Google has been a sleeping AI giant, but this week it finally woke up. Google Gemini is here and it’s the tech giant’s most powerful range of AI tools so far. But Gemini is also, in true Google style, really confusing, so we’re here to quickly break it all down for you.

Gemini is the new umbrella name for all of Google’s AI tools, from chatbots to voice assistants and full-blown coding assistants. It replaces both Google Bard – the previous name for Google’s AI chatbot – and Duet AI, the name for Google’s Workspace-oriented rival to CoPilot Pro and ChatGPT Plus.

Google Gemini explained: 7 things you need to know about the new Copilot and ChatGPT rival

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But this is also way more than just a rebrand. As part of the launch, Google has released a new free Google Gemini app for Android (in the US, for now. For the first time, Google is also releasing its most powerful large language model (LLM) so far called Gemini Ultra 1.0. You can play with that now as well, if you sign up for its new Google One AI Premium subscription (more on that below).

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