Google has officially launched Gemini Advanced. After multiple reports and statements from Google CEO Sundar Pichai during the company's quarterly earnings call confirmed its arrival, the subscription tier of the tech giant's most powerful AI model is now live. Along with Bard, the free version of the generic AI chatbot, which now runs on Gemini Pro models, has also been named Gemini. As a promotional offering, Gemini Advanced is currently being offered at no charge for two months.
Pichai announced the launch of AI's subscription tier in his newsroom, saying, “The Ultra version will be called Gemini Advanced, a new experience far more capable of reasoning, following instructions, coding, and creative collaboration.” He also revealed that the Gemini Advanced subscription will be called Google One AI Premium plan and will be bundled with Google One. As a result, users who subscribe to it will also get all the other benefits of Google One and 2TB of cloud storage space.
Highlighting its features, a separate post mentions that Gemini Ultra can “create step-by-step instructions, sample quizzes or back-and-forth discussions” and is designed for those seeking guidance for educational purposes or upskilling. Can become a personal tutor for the searching user. The Ultra model is proficient in advanced coding and can help users prepare, analyze, edit as well as debug complex coding tasks. Additionally, digital creators can benefit from Google Advanced Membership as it can generate content, analyze recent trends and present ideas and inspiration for engagement and audience growth.
The free version of Gemini (which trains on Gemini Pro) and Gemini Advanced will be available on the website and an Android app. iOS users can try out the AI Assistant through the Google app. The monthly subscription price for Google Advanced has been set at Rs. 1,950 per month. However, the tech giant is currently running a promotional offer where users can try it for two months at no charge.
Along with the launch of the subscription tier, Google also officially renamed Bard to Gemini. “BARD has been the best way for people to experience our most capable models first-hand. “To reflect the advanced technology at its core, Bard will now simply be called Gemini,” Pichai said.