#1 – Google’s launch of Gemini & Gemini 1.5

  • Google launched Gemini 1.5 on Feb 15, 2024, which transcends all other models with a 128K token window with the capability to support up to 1 million tokens per context window.
  • Gemini 1.5 use-cases: Research over a very large amount of data processing by LLM including 1 hour of video, 11 hours of audio, codebases with over 30,000 lines of code or over 700,000 words
  • Google launched Gemini models (Ultra, Pro, and Nano) in Dec 2023. Gemini Ultra outperformed MMLU (massive multitask language understanding), which uses 50+ subject areas.
  • Google Gemini is emerging as one of the most competitive multi-model offerings, and models are available via Google Cloud Vertex AI.
  • Experience Gemini at gemini.google.com (Bard has been rebranded as Gemini)
Top 5 Generative AI News You Should Know - Google Gemini 1.5
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#2 – Microsoft’s Copilot Pro with AI-powered Product Suite

  • Microsoft has launched Copilot Pro for Office with AI capabilities inside Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Click here to read the press release.
  • Experience Copilot at copilot.microsoft.com

#3 – OpenAI launches Sora and GPT Store

  • OpenAI launched a text-to-video model, Sora. Sora is capable of generating entire videos all at once or extending generated videos to make them longer (Source: OpenAI).
Top 5 Generative AI News You Should Know - OpenAI Sora
Image Source: OpenAI Sora
  • OpenAI launched GPT Store in Jan 2024 as a marketplace to create a custom version of ChatGPT and there are now over 3 million versions of it. It requires a subscription to GPT Plus.
  • Experience the GPT Store here at chat.openai.com/gpts. You can use it as a companion for research, image generation, creative writing, productivity, and much more – opens up new possibilities in quick time.

#4 – Amazon Expands Bedrock Features & Partnership

  • Amazon launched Bedrock in 2023 and Knowledge Bases for Amazon Bedrock during the re:Invent 2023, which augments Generative AI Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG) applications. It expanded support for additional vector stores including Amazon OpenSearch Serverless, Pinecone, Redis Enterprise Cloud, and Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL. Read more by clicking here.
  • Amazon Q, a generative AI–powered assistant, is still in Preview mode.

#5 – Gen AI Emerging Players Launches Competitive Offerings

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