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Google releases Two Free 'Gemma' AI Models Inspired by Gemini

 According to Google, the model’s name comes from the Latin word “Gemma,” which is the root for “gem,” meaning precious stone. Google has launched two new open AI models, Gemma 2B and Gemma 7B, with the goal of supporting AI use in third-party applications.

The Gemma models vary in size, meaning the simpler Gemma 2B may be better for less intensive AI applications, while Google data suggests that Gemma 7B could outperform other AI models like Mistral or Meta's LLAMA-2. The Gemma models were "built from the same research and technology used to create the Gemini models," Google said in its announcement. Gemini is Google's rebranded, which is able to generate written content and answer questions.

Feb. 22, 2024 — Google is excited to introduce Gemma, a new generation of open models to assist developers and researchers in building AI responsibly. Gemma is a family of lightweight, state-of-the-art open models built from the same research and technology used to create the Gemini Models.

Gemma is available in two sizes, one with two billion adjustable parameters, and the other with seven billion parameters. Both have pretrained and instruction-tuned variants for developers and researchers to use. The company said that the models are capable of achieving best-in-class performance compared to other models of similar sizes and can run directly on AI-enabled laptops and desktop computers.

Gemma is available worldwide. Here are the key details to know:

  • Google is releasing model weights in two sizes: 2 GB Gemma and 7GB Gemma. Each size is released with pre-trained and instruction-tuned variants.
  • A new  guidance and essential tools for creating safer AI applications with Gemma.
  • Google is providing toolchains for inference and supervised fine-tuning (SFT) across all major frameworks: JAX, PyTorch, and TensorFlow through native Keras 3.0.
  • Optimization across multiple AI hardware platforms ensures industry-leading performance.
  • Terms of use permit responsible commercial usage and distribution for all organizations, regardless of size.                 Additionally, Google said that the company is releasing a responsible AI tool kit together with the models “to help developers and researchers prioritize building safe and responsible AI.” The toolkit will assist developers provide safety classification, debugging Gemma’s behavior and accessing best practices based on Google’s own experience.

Google releases Two Free 'Gemma' AI Models Inspired by Gemini

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