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Google has promised to fix Gemini, and some improvements are already in place

Google has promised to fix Gemini, and some improvements are already in place

What you need to know

  • Days after Google launched Gemini and its new mobile apps, Jack Krawczyk, the company's product lead for Gemini, promised that fixes would be coming soon.
  • Less than a week later, Krawczyk followed up on some improvements to Gemini that had already been rolled out.
  • Fixes include better voice inputs on Android, fewer login errors, and fewer rejections.

Google recently overhauled its AI efforts, rebranding Bard to Gemini and launching new features, such as Gemini support on mobile. But it wasn't perfect, at least not at launch. It's been a slow rollout, so not all users have access to all of Gemini's new features. Those who were able to access the latest Gemini functionality encountered some issues.

However, Google was quick to respond to these concerns. Jack Krawczyk, Gemini product manager at Google, assured users that fixes are on the way. While some issues remain, Krawczyk Go to X (formerly Twitter) With Friday update. This came a day after Google surprisingly beefed up its AI models with the 1.5 Pro version.