Gemini now live for devs with free access via Google AI Studio | Phones

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Following last week’s consumer-facing announcement, Google is launching Gemini Pro for developers and enterprises through AI Studio and Vertex AI.

This first version of Gemini Pro has a 32K context window — Google plans to increase that in the future — and supports text input/output. There’s also a Gemini Pro Vision endpoint today that accepts text and image input to output text. Google also highlights how:

  • “It comes with a range of features: function calling, embeddings, semantic retrieval and custom knowledge grounding and chat functionality.”
  • “SDKs are available for Gemini Pro to help you build apps that run anywhere. Python, Android (Kotlin), Node.js, Swift and JavaScript are all supported.”
  • “It supports 38 languages across 180+ countries and territories worldwide.”

Gemini Pro and Gemini Pro Vision are free to use today through the Google AI Studio (previously MakerSuite). Aimed at individual developers and teams, it’s a web-based tool that “enables you to quickly develop prompts and then get an API key to use in your app development.” You sign-in with your Google Account and can quickly important files from Google Drive.

The “Get code” button lets you transfer work to your IDE in cURL, JavaScript, Python, Android (Kotlin), and Swift.

A “free quota” at launch today allows 60 requests per minute, which Google says is “20x more than other free offerings.” Google will be using that free input/output to help improve the model, with data de-identified from your Google Account and API key. It “may be accessible to trained reviewers.”

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