Google Goes Head to Head with Microsoft by releasing these features

Google challenges Microsoft with impressive features like Gemini and future plugins for Bard, while collaborations with Adobe and advancements in Google Photos and Google Maps enhance user experiences.

– This is Google’s next-generation multimodal foundation model.
– It will directly rival with OpenAI GPT.
– Bard will transition to the Google Deepmind Gemini model.

Gemini: Google’s Next-Generation Multimodal Model

Google unveils a list of future plugins for Bard similar to ChatGPT plugins

Future Plugins for Bard

Google partners with Adobe to empower Adobe Aero, an augmented reality (AR) creation tool.

Google X Adobe: Enhancing Adobe Aero

This collaboration merges Google’s real-world modeling capabilities with Adobe’s design tools, enabling creators to bring their AR projects to life with enhanced realism and creativity.

Google introduces a new feature called “Magic Editor” in Google Photos. 

Introducing Google Photos’ Magic Editor

This innovative tool allows users to effortlessly modify the lighting, remove unwanted elements, and adjust their position within photos, providing greater control and flexibility in photo editing.

Google introduces “Immersive View” for Google Maps, revolutionizing the way users experience navigation.

Immersive View for Google Maps

This feature provides real-time weather and traffic updates, ensuring users have the most up-to-date information and helping them find the fastest routes efficiently.

PaLM 2: Google’s Powerful Language Model

Google unveils PaLM 2, a highly advanced language model with robust multilingual, reasoning, and coding capabilities. 

Trained on over 100 languages, PaLM 2 is designed to facilitate natural language understanding and generation across diverse linguistic contexts.


Google‘s latest releases and partnerships demonstrate its commitment to pushing the boundaries of technology. With Gemini, plugins for Bard, Adobe collaboration, Google Photos’ Magic Editor, Immersive View for Google Maps, and the powerful 
PaLM 2.