Gemini’s New Memory Feature Appears To Be Nearing Its Launch

For the past few months, Google has been working on implementing certain changes within the Gemini functionalities in order to make them more useful for users. The company has constantly rolled out certain updates; meanwhile, a new memory feature appears to be around the corner. 

Long ago, reports surfaced that Google was developing Gemini (formerly Bard), a new memory feature that will significantly enable users to store personal details and facts, while also simplifying conversations by remembering the information users share in chats, including their preferences and more. Well, now, it appears like Gemini’s memory feature is nearing its launch. 

Google will likely launch the Gemini’s Memory feature soon

A tipster, Dylan Roussel, took it to X to inform us that Google is probably preparing itself to get the latest’memory’ feature live, which will allow users to save information and facts about themselves, or else the facts that you wish that Gemini should remember. He also mentioned that the launch of this feature could occur within the next few days.

Meanwhile, it’s important to note that OpenAI has just unveiled its own memory feature in the form of a paid upgrade within ChatGPT. In contrast, Google’s I/O 2024 conference will introduce several key features and AI enhancements, with Gemini being the hot topic of this most-awaited conference.


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Shazia Irani

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