Google Set To Incorporate AI Models From Meta, Anthropic To Cloud Platform

CIOTechOutlook Team | Wednesday, 30 August 2023, 04:28 IST

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Google, a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., is integrating more generative AI into its products and promoting itself as a one-stop shop for cloud users looking to access the technology by integrating artificial intelligence tools from firms like Meta Platforms Inc. and Anthropic onto its cloud platform.
The Llama 2 big language model from Meta as well as the Claude 2 chatbot from AI startup Anthropic will be accessible to Google's cloud clients, which they can then customize with company data for their own apps and services. The decision, which was made public during Google's Next '23 event in San Francisco, is part of the firm's aim to present its platform as one where clients have the flexibility to select the AI model that best suits their requirements, whether from the business itself or one of its partners. Google Cloud customers now have access to more than 100 potent AI models and tools, the firm claimed.
enables meeting assistant access
The business also said that its Duet AI tool would be made more widely accessible to Workspace customers this year, with public access to follow. On applications like Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, users may touch a generative AI assistant that reacts to requests to help with content creation. According to Google, Duet AI, which was unveiled in May, can translate captions into 18 different languages, deliver meeting summaries, and take notes during video sessions. 
Users may send the tool to join meetings on their behalf, deliver messages, and provide an event report using a new feature dubbed "attend for me."Google also announced new collaborations with businesses like GE Appliances and Fox Sports that would enable consumers to benefit from AI in ways like creating personalized recipes or watching a replay of a sporting event from Fox's broadcast library.

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