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Introducing Google Gemini Advanced and Ultra 1.0 – Bard Shutting Down Soon!

Exciting Developments from Google: Say Hello to Gemini!

Google Bard is Now Gemini: What You Need to Know

It looks like Google is gearing up for some major changes in the upcoming weeks. One of the biggest updates on the horizon is the transition from Google Bard to Gemini. Gemini, which is currently running on Google Bard, is set to become the new face of Google’s AI capabilities.

One key feature of this transition is the introduction of Gemini Advanced, which is being touted as the ultra version of Gemini. The Advanced tier will be powered by Google’s most capable AI model, Ultra 1.0. With Ultra 1.0 at its core, Gemini Advanced is expected to excel at highly complex tasks such as coding, logical reasoning, and creative collaboration.

In addition to its advanced capabilities, Gemini Advanced will continue to evolve in the coming months with new features and enhancements. This paid plan will initially be available in English but will be able to respond to queries in other languages as well.

Leak Alert: Gemini Advanced Coming Soon

A recent leak has revealed the upcoming launch of Gemini Advanced, which will replace Google Bard. This premium version of Gemini will leverage the power of Ultra 1.0 to offer unprecedented AI capabilities. With Gemini Advanced, users can expect improved performance and enhanced features for a wide range of tasks.

The transition from Bard to Gemini is expected to take place on February 7th, marking a significant milestone for Google’s AI development. Alongside this change, there are rumors of an upcoming podcast featuring Demis Hassabis, the co-founder and CEO of Google DeepMind, which aligns with the release of Gemini Advanced.

Gemini: The Future of AI

As Google prepares to unveil Gemini and Gemini Advanced, the AI landscape is set to undergo a major transformation. With new capabilities and enhanced performance, Gemini promises to redefine the way we interact with AI technologies.

From image generation to text-to-video conversion, Google’s AI models are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the field of artificial intelligence. With Gemini Pro ranking among the top AI models in the chatbot arena, Google is poised to lead the way in AI innovation.

The Rise of Gemini Pro and the Future of AI

Despite competition from other AI models, Gemini Pro has emerged as a strong contender in the AI arena. With its online capabilities and advanced features, Gemini Pro is on par with leading AI models like GPT-4. As Google continues to make strides in AI development, the future looks bright for Gemini and its potential applications.

With Google’s focus on AI research and development, the possibilities for Gemini and its advanced features are endless. From image generation to language processing, Gemini is set to revolutionize the way we interact with AI technology.

As we await the official launch of Gemini Advanced and the interview with Demis Hassabis, it’s clear that Google is leading the way in AI innovation. Keep an eye out for the latest updates from Google as they continue to push the boundaries of artificial intelligence.

Thank you for reading. Stay tuned for more updates on Google’s exciting developments in the world of AI.

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.


  1. Has anyone noticed how restrictive GPT 4 is lately? It will not pull data from external sources that are publicly available on websites. I’ve tried it for multiple different queries and I’m always met with the same responses. I’m not sure if this is due to increased litigation against Open AI, websites giving the model a 404 error because they are trying to block web scraping, or if this is open AI preemptively handicapping the models abilities.

    It will often tell me it can’t access the web, even though I’m using GPT 4. It won’t give me a YouTube video summary but if I use a GPT like YouTube video summarizer, I get a response. Or just today I was trying to get it to create me a graph of FDI (foreign direct investment) into different countries businesses and GPT 4 knew exactly where to get the data from but it wouldn’t access the data and make me the graph. Instead it told me where to get the data, to download the data and then it made me a graph with “placeholder data” to show me what it would look like. This is just one of many examples though.

    Curious if anyone else has noticed this and if you’ve found some solution (prompt engineering or otherwise) to circumnavigate this.

  2. Really looking forward to a GPT-4 alternative that doesn't cap messages to 30/hour when paying north of 20$ per month. GPT 4 Turbo tends to be great, but the service is shit

  3. Thanks Wes … can you please tell me what's the name of the Mic you're using to record your videos? or where did you purchase from? thanks again 🙂

  4. For work I need – at least- something that can read a document which the LLM can analyse and help me improve on (so conversation recall has tk work well). Ideally I would like to train my LLM on a set of documents so that when I feed 1 doc into the LLM it can perform a predefined set of checks, provide feedbacl/suggestions/analysis as a starting point for further refinement. I don't see any off the shelf product doing this easily just yet. I am stuck with GPT 4 for now…

  5. – Anticipate the transition from Google Bard to Gemini including the introduction of the advanced tier, Gemini Ultra. 0:04

    – Understand that Gemini Advanced, featuring the Ultra 1.0 AI model, will enhance capabilities in coding, reasoning, and creative collaboration. 0:50

    – Note that Gemini Advanced will be a paid plan, optimized for English, but able to respond in multiple languages. 1:15

    – Recognize the potential for Google DeepMind's advancements in AI and the importance of staying informed on their progress. 2:34

    – Look out for the interview with Demis Hassabis, which may coincide with major announcements from Google DeepMind. 3:06

    – Be aware that the Google Assistant app will be renamed to Gemini, with early versions possibly limited to specific devices. 3:24

    – Consider the implications of Google's rapid advancements in AI and how they compare to other competitors such as OpenAI's GPT models. 3:59

    – Stay updated on the rankings of AI models in the LLM arena, noting the performance of Gemini Pro and its internet connectivity advantage. 4:22

    – Explore Google's ImageIn2 as an enterprise-ready solution for text-to-image capabilities, particularly for e-commerce owners. 6:23

    – Investigate Google's Lumiere for creating text-to-videos and other advanced visual content generation tools. 8:05

    – Stay informed on Google's use of AGI advancements in various fields including drug discovery, robotics, and general-purpose robots. 8:20

    – Consider the implications of services like SG (generative search) for enhancing the search experience with AI-driven summaries. 9:00

    – Monitor the potential market impact of new entrants like Perplexity AI, backed by significant investments and offering competitive services against established players like Google. 11:16

    – Prepare for significant developments from Google DeepMind with the release of Gemini Advanced and anticipate responses from competitors such as OpenAI. 12:00

  6. Peter Thiel is a man baby libertarian (develop 1 empathy kids or you'll be stuck at 0 forever); but athletes mostly want to cheat with drugs so we should probably let them, it would be safer.

  7. I m not interested at all at sport but I would definitely watch competition of enhanced humans, the more enhanced (eg using gene therapy to modify the structure of the body, like growing extra feature to swim or run faster). Can't wait for the future!

  8. I don't like company announcements like: It's releasing, but not saying not for EU. Of course its bad advertising for Google, but at least give some vague timeline for avaibility in EU.

  9. 'Enhanced Games' is daft Im afraid – that would be a "how many 'roids' (or whatever) can you stuff down your neck without dying competition". I can see it now oops competitor X from Russia popped too many and has died on the starting line. If you say well there must be a limit then you're essentially back to regular Olympics where everybody needs to be tested and people banned for over doping. Completely daft idea, sorry.

  10. I prefer the previous more sparse but high quality deeper videos format, your channel was different because of that. Now I feel like I'm watching yet another AI video of just another AI channel

  11. I'm disliking the frequency of videos. When I subscribed, info was much denser and more cherry-picked, and so the quality was comparatively greater. Now, I feel you are prioritising quantity over quality, and I have to discern for myself whether the video is worth watching rather than trusting that the video is worth my time. This is made worse by the click-bait thumbnails and titles, which make that decernment difficult. Ultimately, I end up not watching the videos, because they can't all be about something all that important, and I look for other sources.

    I appreciate the time and effort you have put into the content you have and are producing, but I wanted to give feedback on why I personally am choosing to avoid watching your videos and why I will be unsubsribing if the current trend continues.

  12. Bard was the stupidest fking name for anything ever conceived ever across human history and history of every alien civilization across the multiverse. I’m surprised they didn’t call this one Gay-I.


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