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Google’s Gemini 1.5 Pro Achieves 2 Million Context Length Window

Google has made a big leap in AI models. Their latest model, Gemma 2, is smaller but performs better than Llama 3. Llama 3 was the top model for its size when it came out. But now, Gemma 2 is here and it's impressive.

Gemma 2 has only 8 billion parameters, while Llama 3 has 9 billion. Even with fewer parameters, Gemma 2 outperforms Llama 3. This shows how much Google has improved its AI models.

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Gemma 2 is also open source. This means anyone can use it and see how it works. It is fast and works well with many frameworks. This makes it useful for many different tasks.

Looking ahead, Google plans to release Gemma 3 and Gemma 4. These versions are expected to bring even more improvements.

Another exciting update from Google is the Gemini 1.5 Pro. It now has a context window of 2 million tokens. This is the longest ever. A context window is how much text the model can understand at once. With 2 million tokens, Gemini 1.5 Pro can handle large amounts of text.

Google announced this at their IO event. At first, only some people could use it. But now, Google is giving more people access. They also added code execution capabilities. This means the model can run code, making it even more powerful.

These updates show that Google is serious about improving AI. They are making models that are not only smaller and faster but also more powerful. This is good news for anyone who uses AI for work or fun.

Gemma 2 and Gemini 1.5 Pro are just the beginning. As Google continues to work on new models, we can expect even more exciting developments.

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