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Google Plans to Embed Advanced Models into Android Phones Next Year

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Smartphone manufacturers hope to usher in a new “super cycle” for the mobile industry with the help of AI. They are betting on the future of smartphones, which look less like traditional smartphones and are smaller, allowing people to interact with them through voice activation.

Google is optimistic about the prospects of using artificial intelligence large-scale models on smartphones. Brian Rakowski, vice president of product management at Google’s Pixel division, recently predicted that Google’s more advanced Gemini large-scale model will be embedded in smartphones next year.

Large language models are artificial intelligence models capable of understanding and generating language in a manner similar to humans. Gemini Ultra is Google’s top-tier large language model, with parameters reaching up to 1.56 trillion. In contrast, OpenAI’s GPT-4 has 1.76 trillion parameters.

Google’s Gemini is competing with OpenAI’s GPT-4 model. Google has made progress in compressing models to fit mobile devices, and currently offers a smaller version of Gemini, Gemini Nano, on its Pixel devices and select Android devices. The more advanced versions of Gemini are currently only available through cloud access, and Rakowski expects these versions to be available on Android phones starting in 2025.

“Gemini Nano’s performance has reached the level of our online model less than a year ago,” Rakowski added, noting that these smaller version models can do many things. If this trajectory continues, smartphone users will be able to access and use artificial intelligence large models more directly and quickly. “It’s instant, without relying on cloud connections or subscriptions.”

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According to Latest, global smartphone sales fell to 1.16 billion units in 2023, the lowest point in the past decade. After several years of significant slowdown in device sales, smartphone manufacturers hope to usher in a new “super cycle” for the industry with the help of artificial intelligence.

However, analysts believe that a super cycle is unlikely in the coming years because there are not enough new features and innovations in the market to convince people to switch smartphones. “We do not expect this prosperity to occur,” said Francisco Jeronimo, vice president of data and analysis at research firm IDC.

Nevertheless, more and more smartphone manufacturers are investing in artificial intelligence, betting on the future of smartphones, which look less like traditional smartphones and are smaller, allowing people to interact with them through voice activation. Google is also making significant “bets” in the field of artificial intelligence, aiming to gain an advantage in competition with rivals such as OpenAI. Google recently renamed its chatbot Bard to Gemini, and Android users can download a dedicated Android app to use Gemini, while iPhone users can use Gemini in Google’s iOS app.

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