Google’s chatbot, Bard, will now just called Gemini, and the most powerful version of its artificial intelligence model, Gemini Ultra, is now available in Mexico with the new Google One plan.
In an update on its blog, Google mentioned that Gemini (formerly Bard) continues to use the Pro 1.0 model and also revealed the launch of two new features: Gemini Advanced and a new app.
Gemini Advanced and its new plan
Gemini Advanced is Google’s version of AI with the the Ultra 1.0 version of the latest generation, which is larger in parameters and also the most capable of its three models.
This version can outperform ChatGPT and GPT-4, according to Google, in a lot of tasks like coding, logical reasoning, nuanced instructions, and collaboration on projects. The company has shown that some of its applications act as personal tutors, support advanced coding scenarios, or help create new content.
To use Gemini Advanced, it is necessary to purchase a new Google One plan in its AI variant, which is already available in Mexico, currently in English, for a monthly price of 395 pesos with a two-month free trial.
The new AI Premium plan can only be purchased monthly
A new app with Gemini
Google is also renewing Google Assistant for smartphones with AI, so there is a new application for iOS and Android.
This will allow the phone to write, speak, or add an image of the new AI assistant for the answer, either for instructions, creating images, or asking for help with writing.
In the case of Android, AI can be downloaded from the Play Store and activated from its app or from wherever the assistant is activated in the same actions or by saying “Hello Google,” which also enables context-sensitive help on the screen.
For iOS, access Gemini It comes as a shortcut to the Google app, which will be released in the coming weeks, allowing you to create personalized images, help write posts, or help plan appointments.
Currently, Gemini is for smartphones may be used for the United States in English and the coming weeks for more territories and languages, such as Japanese and Korean.