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Gemini 1.5 defeated GPT-4. OpenAI has to worry because the throne is no longer theirs

The race for innovation in the field of artificial intelligence marks a new chapter with the arrival of Gemini 1.5 from Google. This version, presented as a surprise, is not only that surpasses its predecessor Bard, but promises extraordinary performance, openly challenging the capabilities of GPT-4 Turbo. By processing and interpreting extremely long and complex documents, Google's model presents itself as a point of reference in the artificial intelligence sector by tracking new guidelines.

Gemini 1.5 better than GPT-4 and Ultra 1.0 version

Google officially has launched Gemini 1.5, an advanced version of its artificial intelligence, just a week after having introduced the successor to Bard on Android. The novelty of Gemini 1.5 lies in its extraordinary analysis capacity: it can manage up to 300.000 tokens, allowing you to examine documents of great length and complexity with unmatched speed and precision. Among its capabilities, it stands out the analysis and summary of 402 pages of the Apollo 11 transcript, as well as the ability to extrapolate specific information from a 44-minute video in just 60 seconds.

These performances are made possible thanks to the “expert mix” approach (impersonating more professionalism on request) adopted by Google, which aims for faster and more effective responses. With Gemini 1.5, Google has not only surpassed the capabilities of GPT-4 Turbo but has also raised the bar for future innovations in AI showing graphs that demonstrate the clear exceeding of previous performance benchmarks.

A further innovation of Gemini 1.5 is the significant increased token limit that it can process, going from 200.000 to one million, with the prospect of reaching 10 million. This expansion of processing capabilities opens up new frontiers for the development of AI applications, making it possible to analyze previously unimaginable amounts of data.

Although the version is currently accessible only to developers via platforms like AI Studio and Vertex AI, the excitement around Gemini 1.5 is palpable. This unexpected launch is positioned as a strategic move in response to future OpenAI developments such as the ChatGPT based search engine.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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