Google is moving full steam ahead with its Gemini AI large language model. A week after launching Gemini Pro and Gemini Nano to the public, today the company introduced a Gemini API that will let app makers access Gemini Pro, which runs off-device in Google’s data centers.
The model supports 38 languages across over 180 countries and territories worldwide, and Google says its free access tier is “suitable for most app development needs.” A new Gemini Pro Vision endpoint allows for both text and image input compared to the text-only prompts that were available last week.
[Android Developers Blog]
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