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Google Adds 20 More Enterprise AI Tools and a New Supercomputer Chip to its Collection

The Tech giant announced the launch of its new AI tools and AI chip, which brings the total AI tools of the company to 100.

Google announced the launch of its new AI tools and AI chip.
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Tech giant Google unveiled that it is diving deeper into AI by announcing the launch of 20 more AI tools and a new AI chip on August 29. The enterprise-level tools focus on performance enhancements, growing an AI ecosystem, AI-generated images, and security.

AI Chips

In addition to 20 new tools, Google also announced the launch of its fifth-generation tensor processing unit (TPU). The new chip is called TPU v5e, and it is designed for training large models. The chip can also efficiently serve content from the models it trains.

Moreover, the new TPU v5e can be connected in batches of 256 to create a “supercomputer” configuration for addressing super complex computer problems.

AI Chip Performance Enhancements

The newly launched tools include the new versions of Google’s own AI infrastructure that are focused on improving performance and adding new features. For example, the newly launched batch includes a new version of Google’s AI text model PaLM, which increases the amount of text users can input to enable processing longer documents like books.


However, some focus on growing Google’s AI ecosystem. For example, some of the tools are in partnership with META and will enable Google Cloud users to access Meta Platforms’ AI model, LLaMa2. Another tool will enable access to Claude 2, which was developed and launched by AI start-up Anthropic.


Another brand new tool, named SynthID, is designed to watermark images that are generated by other AI tools. The tool alters a digital image file to be visible to human eyes without altering the original version.


The tech giant also announced a new AI-powered tool to aid in office software and security. The new tool is developed in partnership with Oracle and is able to port databases from Oracle to an open-source platform.


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