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Good morning. Google's shares surged over 5% following the announcement of its new AI model, Gemini. Find out more in today’s newsletter.  

In today’s newsletter:

  • 🤖 Bard's Gemini-Powered Evolution

  • 🖼️ Meta's 'Imagine': AI Image Magic

  • 👨‍💻 AI's New Development Frontier

🤖 Google's Bard Leaps Forward with Gemini Upgrade

Google has upgraded its AI chatbot Bard with Gemini, its latest AI model, enhancing Bard's reasoning, understanding, and planning capabilities. Gemini, available in Ultra, Pro, and Nano versions, allows Bard to operate on various devices, from mobile to data centers. The initial rollout will feature Gemini Pro, with a more advanced version, Bard Advanced, using Gemini Ultra, coming next year. Bard Advanced will handle multiple data types, including text, images, audio, and code. The upgrade aims to make Bard a more effective AI collaborator, though it's acknowledged that Bard is still evolving. Click the link below to get a closer look at Gemini 👇️ 

🖼️ Meta Unveils 'Imagine': AI-Driven Image Creation Tool

Meta has launched Imagine with Meta, a standalone generative AI web tool for creating images from text descriptions, similar to DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion. Powered by Meta's Emu image generation model, it's currently free in the U.S., generating four images per prompt. Despite past issues with racially biased AI tools, Meta plans to add invisible watermarks to images for transparency and traceability. These watermarks will be resilient to common image manipulations. The move reflects growing pressure on tech companies to ensure transparency in AI-generated content, aligning with global regulatory trends and ethical standards.

👨‍💻 Microsoft and JetBrains Amplify AI Battle in Development Tools

Microsoft's Copilot, developed by GitHub and OpenAI, is integrating OpenAI's latest models and a new code interpreter, signifying a strategic shift in AI towards developer and engineering tools. This upgrade will enhance Copilot's ability to understand and respond to queries. Meanwhile, JetBrains, the Prague-based company behind Kotlin, has released JetBrains AI Assistant, a Copilot competitor. This Assistant will integrate with JetBrains' development environments and be powered by LLMs from OpenAI, Google, and JetBrains itself. This development signifies growing competition in AI tools for developers, with JetBrains positioned as a neutral AI assistant provider, challenging U.S.-based giants like Microsoft and Google.

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  1. Avail has introduced a ChatGPT-powered AI tool for swiftly summarizing scripts in the film and TV industry, aiming to enhance productivity without replacing creative roles. Avail emphasizes data privacy and ethical training practices to address Hollywood's AI concerns.

  1. Lutra AI, started by former Google and Coursera employees, develops easy-to-build AI workflows for non-developers, integrating with apps like Slack and Google Workspaces. The startup emphasizes security and efficient task-specific AI and, with $3.8 million in seed funding, is currently in private beta, focusing on expanding and refining its product.

  1. EU lawmakers are negotiating AI regulations, focusing on rules for foundational models with a preliminary accord on open-source AI exceptions and systemic risk criteria. The talks, part of the ongoing efforts to finalize the AI Act, address various sensitive issues like biometric surveillance.

  1. Sarvam AI, a new Indian startup, raised $41 million for developing generative AI tailored to Indian languages and voice interfaces. The company, focusing on large language models, aims to enhance AI applications in India's diverse linguistic landscape.

  1. Meta AI is enhancing its generative AI capabilities, including a new "reimagine" feature for group chats and Reel support. These updates aim to increase user engagement and provide more detailed responses and accurate search summaries. Additionally, Meta AI is testing over 20 AI experiences across its platforms, including image generation (as we mentioned at the start of this newsletter) and various interactive features.

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