Google’s Gemini Pro Beats GPT-4

Meanwhile, Meta’s Llama 3 is on the horizon and has the potential to surpass GPT-4.

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Google’s Bard (Gemini Pro) has clinched the second position on the HuggingFace Chat Bot Arena Leaderboard, surpassing OpenAI’s GPT-4. It’s worth noting that Gemini Pro is only Google’s second-best model, leaving room for heightened expectations regarding the capabilities of Gemini Ultra, which is yet to be revealed.

It has been a while since the release of GPT-4, and there are strong indications that OpenAI might be gearing up for the launch of GPT-5.

Meanwhile, OpenAI recently released an updated GPT-4 Turbo preview model, gpt-4-0125-preview. This model completes tasks like code generation more thoroughly than the previous preview model and is intended to reduce cases of “laziness” where the model doesn’t complete a task. 

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If OpenAI fails to introduce a new model soon, it risks losing its lead. Speculation is brewing that Meta’s Llama 3 is on the horizon and has the potential to surpass GPT-4.

On the other hand, Google recently  integrated generative AI features into Google Chrome

Google is introducing the “Help me Write” feature across all websites. By right-clicking on any text box, users can access the feature, prompting Google’s AI to inquire about their writing requirements and subsequently generate an initial draft.

Whether you are crafting a well-articulated restaurant review, creating a friendly RSVP for an event, or making a formal inquiry about renting an apartment, this feature is designed to assist you. 

With this feature integrated into Google Chrome, it would significantly reduce the need for users to draft content on ChatGPT. Many of us work directly on the web, whether it’s sending emails, or drafting an article, or creating presentations.

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