Google’s efforts to catch up with ChatGPT creator OpenAI are proving more difficult than expected.
Earlier this year, Google representatives told some customers and cloud business partners that they would have access to the company’s new conversational AI, a large language model known as Gemini, by November . But the company recently told them not to expect it until the first quarter of next year, according to two people with direct knowledge. The delay comes at a bad time for Google, whose cloud sales growth has slowed while that of its biggest rival, Microsoft, has accelerated. Part of Microsoft’s success comes from selling OpenAI technology to its customers.
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