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PROUD PAKISTAN'S : ! QUANTUM VALLEY ! :  AND THAT'S WHERE Engineer and Founder of American !WOW!, Salar Khan Yusufzai hails from.

Such is the magnificence and Power of The World Students Society.

So it may just be most dignified and appropriate to inform His Excellency PM Naraendra Modi Jee, that in a short time ahead, Proud Pakistan's students will be competing with students of Great India on future innovations and inventions.

And while I am on this tooting horn, I must stop and thank Engineer and Founder Syed Hussain Ali for his unrelenting tutorials on Quantum, A.I. Robotics and the future. And just this weekend he reasoned that I can electrifyingly hold my ground against Sam Altman and Sundar Pichai.

Unbeknownst to others, and maybe the world, is the fact that I also have another Trump Card up my sleeve. A few rounding off tutorials from Leaders, Engineers and Founders, Rabo and Haleema should get me a greater lead on Altman and Pichai.

FOR MORE THAN A YEAR - GOOGLE HAS RACED to build technology that could match ChatGPT - the eye-opening chatbot offered by the San Francisco artificial intelligence startup OpenAI.

On Wednesday, the tech giant took another step in the race, releasing a new version of its own chatbot, Google Bard. Available to English speakers in more than 170 territories and countries, beginning immediately, the updated bot is underpinned by new A.I. technology called Gemini, which the company has been developing since the start of the year.

'' This is the beginning of the Gemini era, ''  Sundar Pichai, Google's chief executive said in an interview. '' It's the realization of the vision we had when we set up Google Google DeepMind,'' the company's A.I. lab.

He said that Google would roll three different versions of the technology into a wide range of products and services in the coming months.

Mr. Pichai and Demis Hassabis, who oversees Google DeepMind, said that Gemini was more powerful than Google's previous chatbot technologies and that it could generate more-accurate responses and come closer to mimicking human reasoning in some situations.

'' We're super happy with Gemini's performance,'' Dr. Hassabis said.

When OpenAI vowed the world with the A.I. chatbot ChatGPT late last year, Google was caught flat-footed.

It had spent years developing similar technology, but like other tech giants - most notably Meta - it was reluctant to release a technology that could generate biased or false information.

In March, Google released its own chatbot, Bard, to middling reviews. A month later, the company announced that it had combined its two A.I. labs - Google Brain and DeepMind - bringing together more than 2,000 researchers and engineers.

And in May, at its flagship Google I/O conference, it announced that the new Google DeepMind lab had started developing Gemini.

After founding the Brain lab in 2011, Google acquired DeepMind in 2014, paying $650 million for the London A.I. start-up. DeepMind operated largely independently of the Brain Lab and the rest of Google for a decade and even tried to spin out of the company in 2017.

But as Google struggled to catch up with OpenAI, Mr. Pichai combined the two labs under Dr. Hassabis, a neuroscientist who co-founded DeepMind.

Google released benchmark test results claiming that Gemini's most powerful version outperformed OpenAI's latest technology GPT-4, in several key areas. It is better at generating computer code than previous Goggle technologies, Mr. Pichai said, and it can more accurately summarize news articles and other text documents.

Gemini was designed to analyze images and sounds, but those skills will not be rolled into the Bard chatbot until a later date.

Google has built three versions of Gemini with three different sets of skills. The largest, ULTRA, is designed to tackle complex tasks and skills and will debut next year. PRO, the mid-tier offering, was rolled out to numerous Google services with the Bard chatbot.

NANO, the smallest version, will power some features on the Pixel 8 Pro smartphone, such as summarizing audio-recordings and offering suggested text responses in WhatsApp as of last week.

BUT never forget that like similar systems, Gemini can get facts wrong.

GOOGLE CLOUD, which offers A.I. and computing services to other companies, has been eager to provide clients with Gemini as it competes for deals against OpenAI and Microsoft.

After OpenAI briefly forced out Sam Altman,  its chief executive, last month, leaving the company in limbo, Google Cloud created a migration plan in an attempt to poach its rival's customers.

Clients could pay Google the same price as their current OpenAI rate and get cloud credits, or discounts.

Google said that cloud customers would have access to Gemini Pro - the mid-tier offering on Dec 13. Mr. Pichai said that some outsiders were now testing Gemini Ultra - the next powerful version of the technology.

Though Google has spent the last year racing to retake the A.I. lead from OpenAI, Mr. Pichai said there was enough room in the market for all the A.I. providers.

'' It's so far from a zero-sum game,'' Mr. Pichai said. '' We have a sense of excitement at what we're launching. We also realize we're in very early days because we can see the follow-up progress we are making.''

The Honour and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Chatbots, A.I. Robotics and the Future, continues. The World Students Society thanks Cade Metz and Nico Grant.

With most respectful and humble dedication to His Excellency PM Narandra Modi Jee, and esteemed world class journalist, Karan Thapar, and esteemed journalist Hassan Nisar, the students of Great India, and then Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

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