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Google Gemini VS GPT-4
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Google Gemini VS GPT-4

Last Updated on January 25, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Tim Cvetko

Originally published on Towards AI.

How does Google’s New Multimodal Transformer Match Up Against OpenAI’s GPT-4?

On Dec 6th, 2023, Google proudly announced the creation of its new MultiModal Large Language Model that outperforms all models at the MMLU Benchmark, including GPT-4.

Gemini is a family of competent multimodal models developed at Google. They trained Gemini jointly across image, audio, video, and text data to build a model with strong generalist capabilities across modalities alongside cutting-edge understanding and reasoning performance in each respective domain.

Source: Deepmind

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Gemini uses a new architecture that merges a multimodal encoder and decoder. The encoder’s job is to convert different types of data into a common language that the decoder can understand. Then the decoder takes over, generating outputs in different modalities based on the encoded inputs and the task at hand.

Source: Interacting with MultiModal AI

Here’s a breakdown of Gemini’s key components:

Multimodal Encoder: This module processes the input data from each modality (e.g., text, image) independently, extracting relevant features and generating individual representations.Cross-modal Attention Network: This network is the heart of Gemini. It allows the model to learn relationships and dependencies between the… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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