By: Eliza Bennet
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has declared a significant reduction in the price of its pro version of AI model, Gemini. According to statements made on December 13, the cost of the advanced AI model will be cut down to 25-50% of its original price from June. Gemini, debuted in three different versions on December 6, with its most advanced version noted for its capability to understand information at a higher level compared to other Google technology. This sophisticated version also has the ability to compute video and audio data. The goal is to make these tools more accessible to developers, therefore encouraging a wider range of people to create their own versions. (source)
In related news, a phishing attack has created turmoil in the crypto world, beginning when a former employee of Ledger fell victim to it. The specifics of this event are yet to be disclosed. As the drama unfolds, Ledger has confirmed that the incident was indeed initiated by a single phishing link. As a precaution, crypto users are being reminded to stay vigilant about potential security threats.
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