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AI showdown: ChatGPT vs. Gemini

Google Gemini and ChatGPT have distinct origins and purposes. Google Gemini is a part of Google’s AI research division, and it focuses on natural language processing and understanding, aiming to enhance various Google services by integrating advanced AI capabilities. On the other hand, ChatGPT is developed by OpenAI, a research organisation dedicated to artificial general intelligence. ChatGPT is a language model designed to generate human-like text responses and facilitate natural language conversations.

First, it’s worth noting that both Gemini and ChatGPT are based on incredibly vast and powerful large language models (LLMs), far more advanced than anything publicly available in the past.

ChatGPT is just the interface through which users communicate with the language model – GPT4 (paying users of ChatGPT Pro) or GPT3.5 (free users).

In Google’s case, the interface is called Gemini (previously Bard), and it’s used to communicate with the language model, which is a separate entity but is also called Gemini (or Gemini Ultra if you’re paying for the Gemini Advanced service).

Something important to take into consideration is that although we call them both chatbots, the intended user experience is slightly different. ChatGPT is designed to enable conversations and help solve problems in a conversational manner – much like chatting with an expert on a subject.

Gemini, on the other hand, seems designed to process information and automate tasks in a way that saves the user time and effort.
One advantage of Gemini is that by default, it considers all of the information at its fingertips – including the internet, Google’s vast knowledge graph, and its training data.

ChatGPT, on the other hand, will often still choose to try and answer a question solely relying on its training data. This can occasionally lead to out-of-date information.

Gemini proves to be slightly more adept than ChatGPT when it comes to online searching and integrating the information it finds into its responses.
When ChatGPT does head online and look for information, its responses tend to lose some of their dynamism. It often seems as if it will answer questions or provide responses based on a single web search and a single source of information rather than conduting a comprehensive analysis of all the information it can access and coming to a conclusion.
ChatGPT 4.0 generates images using the DALL-E model, which was also developed by OpenAI. Gemini, on the other hand, utilises Google’s Imagen 2 engine. Both are clearly very powerful and can generate amazing results.
ChatGPT has a user-friendly interface and a straightforward but paid API, making it easy for beginners to start. Its simple text-based input and output format are readily accessible to many users. While Gemini with its advanced capabilities, may need more technical expertise for complex tasks. The team hasn’t disclosed its interface and API details, but they might involve more complex configurations than ChatGPT.
The main difference between ChatGPT and Gemini is that ChatGPT focuses on text generation and conversation, excelling in creative writing, translation, and engaging in open-ended, informative dialogue, whereas Gemini emphasises multimodality, meaning it can seamlessly handle and generate text, images, audio, and video.

One notable aspect of ChatGPT is its focus on democratizing access to advanced AI capabilities. Through its user-friendly interface and accessible API, individuals with varying levels of technical expertise can leverage the power of language models for a wide range of applications. Whether it’s assisting with customer support, generating content, or simply engaging in casual conversation, ChatGPT offers a straightforward platform for users to interact with AI.

In contrast, Gemini’s advanced capabilities may require a higher level of technical proficiency to fully leverage. While it excels in tasks such as information retrieval and automated processing, its complexity may present a barrier to entry for some users. However, for those with the expertise to harness its full potential, Gemini offers unparalleled capabilities in extracting insights and synthesizing information from diverse sources.

Ultimately, the choice between ChatGPT and Gemini depends on the specific needs and objectives of the user. Whether seeking to enhance customer interactions, streamline workflows, or explore the frontiers of AI research, both platforms represent significant milestones in the evolution of natural language understanding and multimodal AI. As AI continues to advance, the convergence of technologies represented by ChatGPT and Gemini promises to reshape how we interact with information and each other in the digital age.

In summary, ChatGPT and Gemini are both advanced language models, but they serve different purposes. ChatGPT focuses on facilitating natural language conversations and text generation tasks, prioritising user-friendly interfaces and conversational interactions. In contrast, Gemini emphasises multimodality, handling text, images, audio, and video seamlessly, with a focus on processing information efficiently. While ChatGPT excels in open-ended dialogue and creative writing, Gemini leverages its ability to integrate various media types and access extensive datasets for comprehensive responses. Ultimately, the choice between them depends on the specific needs and preferences of the user.

A thorough analysis and comparison of both the services can be found on wired.


RAG Essentials: Fine-tuning and Prompt Engineering

RAG stands for Retrieval Augmented Generation. It is a subsidiary of LLMs where you feed a model your knowledge base and use its pre-trained capabilities to engage to add that knowledge base in your LLM.

The workings of RAG involve a series of intricate processes designed to seamlessly integrate the knowledge base with the LLM. Initially, the knowledge base is fed into a vector database where the information is encoded into numerical representations. These vectors are then embedded and fed into the LLM, allowing it to process and analyze the given data effectively. By leveraging the combined power of the knowledge base and the LLM, RAG enables users to pose complex questions and receive insightful answers derived from a wealth of information.



  1. The knowledge base is fed into the vector db
  2. The vectors are then embedded
  3. These embeddings are then fed into the LLM (knowledge base)
  4. The LLM then can process and analyse your given data and answer questions from it.
Although there are multiple ways through which RAG apps can be created and modified, the easiest and trending method is using LangChain. For vector db, pinecone is the most famous option out there. For embeddings, there are multiple options such as Hugging face embeddings, tiktoken and it is also possible to create your own embeddings, but it won’t have much complexity and token range.


Fine-tuning should not be confused with RAG. However, both terms are similar and closely related. Fine-tuning means retraining the model with custom parameters or specific parameters such that its usage and the knowledge-base can be complementary to each other.
One way of fine tuning an LLM is PEFT, which stands for parameter efficient fine tuning. This means retraining only the weights that are related to our use case instead of retraining the full model all over again.

Fine-tuning plays a crucial role in optimizing the performance of RAG models. Although distinct from RAG, fine-tuning involves retraining the model with custom parameters tailored to specific use cases. Parameter Efficient Fine Tuning (PEFT) offers a streamlined approach to fine-tuning by selectively adjusting relevant model weights without retraining the entire model from scratch. This allows for greater flexibility in adapting the LLM to different knowledge bases and user requirements.

Prompt Engineering

Prompt engineering is a relatively new term and it is a very important skill when it comes to getting desired outputs from the LLM. This means specifically designing an input prompt that has all the required details but not excess information. This prompt can optimally guide the LLM to generate a desired output. 

Prompt engineering emerges as a key skill in maximizing the effectiveness of RAG models. By crafting carefully designed input prompts, users can guide the LLM to generate desired outputs with precision and efficiency. Whether generating content for blogs, speeches, or refining existing text, a well-engineered prompt ensures optimal performance from the LLM, resulting in more accurate and contextually relevant responses.

This skill is important when you want the LLM to write content for you. eg. blogs, speeches, keynotes, etc. It is also important when you want the model to refine/modify your text. A well engineered prompt always gets the most optimal answer from the LLM.
In conclusion, RAG represents a groundbreaking advancement in AI-driven natural language processing, offering a powerful framework for integrating external knowledge bases with LLMs. Through a combination of advanced technologies and innovative techniques such as fine-tuning and prompt engineering, RAG empowers users to unlock new possibilities in information retrieval and generation, paving the way for more intelligent and insightful interactions with AI systems.
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OpenAI’s Sora: Video Editing And Generation Made Easy


A few weeks ago, OpenAI introduced its new model, sora, that is capable of generating minute long videos based on user prompt without losing quality and without any distortion. This is a huge turning point in the field of AI, it can have lots of impact on the current market and act as a pivot for companies that work on images/videos and provide similar services. It is also a lifesaver for video editors.
As good as it may sound, the architecture of the model is very complex and the mechanism being used behind it is state of the art.

When generating, videos are compressed into a low dimension latent space and are then decomposed into patches, which act as an input for the transformer.  This is the same mechanism that generates text for every LLM out there. These transformers are optimized for scaling effectively, which means that the quality of generated videos increases.
Sora is also trained heavily for language understanding. Thus, it can accurately generate videos based on the user prompt.



Sora can edit videos and images. Suppose there is a video of children playing football. You can ask sora to make the weather appear cloudy or sunny; you may also ask sora to make the field appear green and lush.

It is also capable of generating videos from an image prompt. The model requires an image and an appropriate prompt for achieving this result.
This is possible because of the SDEdit model. It has been integrated with sora to achieve these results. 

Apart from this, sora can also create loops of videos. E.g. A cyclist cycling in a circular valley. It can also exhibit 3D simulation capabilities, long range coherence and interactions with the environment. For example, while generating a video of a painter working on a canvas, it will show minute details such as brush strokes and the same colour on the brush, canvas and the paint shell.

This model is useful for people who need to get little editing and modification done to their video. It can also prove to be useful for content creators.
  1. Data Visualization
  2. Social media
  3. Artificial data generation


Like every other AI model and application, sora has its limitations too. It cannot closely depict the physics of certain actions. For example, shattering of a glass, or a car crash. Although OpenAI is working on this and there will be lots of improvements on this in the upcoming future.

  1. Can generate harmful content
  2. Stereotypes and bias
  3. Can generate misinformation


While sora is the best in the market, it has a few competitors who are open source and provide similar functionality
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