Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

It is now possible to use Google Gemini Pro in Turkish

Google announced its large artificial intelligence model called Gemini last December. Gemini, which is described as the most capable model the company has created to date, has three different optimization options: Ultra, Pro and Nano, making it possible to use artificial intelligence in a wide range of applications, from mobile devices to data centers. Now, Google is expanding its scope and footprint, making new features available in more than 40 languages ​​and more than 230 regions so users can use the fastest version of Bard. Gemini Pro Bard also gained Turkish support as of February 1.

Effective at understanding, summarizing, reasoning, coding and planning, Gemini Pro was developed by proactively consulting with experts, policymakers and privacy regulators as part of Google’s bold and responsible approach to AI. As part of the new update, Bard’s “double-check” function, which is available in English, is now available in more than 40 languages, including Turkish, with the new update. When the “G” icon on the Bard is clicked, the Bard reads the response and evaluates whether there is content about it on the web. In this way, users will be able to learn more about supporting or conflicting information found through Google Searches.

Bard with Gemini, a multi-modal artificial intelligence model; It can generalize and seamlessly understand, work on, and combine different types of information, including text, images, audio, video, and coding languages. Now, with the new update, the ability to create images is available. Starting today, users will be able to write a description to Bard and get images that match this description. In this way, Bard will add extra creativity to bright ideas. This feature, supported by the updated Imagen 2 model, will currently only be available in English.

Google will continue investments for Gemini

With these updates, Bard becomes more accessible, capable and versatile to support everything from complex creative projects to small daily tasks. The newly developed feature rendering, like all other features of Bard, was designed with responsibility in mind. For example, to distinguish created images from original works created by artists, Bard embeds a digitally identifiable watermark into the pixels of the images it creates using SynthID. It also applies filters to prevent images of people from being created. Google will continue to invest in new techniques to improve the security and privacy protections offered with Gemini.

Danish Kapoor