Tech Bytes: Google postpones the release of a new AI model
The release of Google’s next generation AI model has been postponed. Next week was supposed to mark the premiere of “Gemini AI,” with events in California and New York already scheduled.
According to recent reports, the rollout was delayed until next year because Gemini is having trouble with prompts that aren’t in English.
Additionally, some TV shows are no longer available to PlayStation users. As licensing agreements expire, Sony states that customers who bought digital shows produced by discovery will no longer be able to access the content.
Numerous educational programs, such as “19 Kids and Counting” and “Say Yes to the Dress,” are being eliminated.
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