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Patreon and Grammarly already experimenting with Gemini Nano, says Google

Mobile app developers including Patreon and Grammarly are already integrating Gemini Nano, its smallest AI model, the company announced during its I/O developer keynote on Tuesday. The companies, along with other select developers, were invited to work with Gemini Nano through an early access program announced last year, the company said. In the coming months, Google says it will open the Gemini Nano model to more developers.

In an example of how apps work with Gemini, Google noted that crowdfunding site Patreon is developing a feature that will allow creators to “quickly catch up” on unread messages – a feature that resembles how Google integrates Gemini in Gmail to summarize your emails. .

Another early adopter is writing assistant Grammarly, which has been experimenting with Gemini Nano while developing its Smart Suggestions technology, which helps users better refine their writing.

Google did not provide further details on the integrations themselves, but simply presented them as examples of how developers could leverage Gemini Nano in their own apps and services.

At the event, Google announced a number of updates for Gemini, including integrations into Google’s own apps, like Messages, YouTube and Gmail, both online and on mobile, as well as Other ways to make your Android smartphone easier to use, like notifying you. on scam calls, for example – and much more.

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