90 Miles From Tyranny : Google Gemini Director’s Disturbingly Racist Posts Discovered: This Explains Why Its AI Erased White People

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Monday, February 26, 2024

Google Gemini Director’s Disturbingly Racist Posts Discovered: This Explains Why Its AI Erased White People

In the week that Google’s new artificial intelligence platform launched, its seeming inability to produce images of white men regardless of the prompt made it an unmitigated disaster.

And with more information unearthed regarding the people responsible for Google Gemini’s insufferable wokeness, its deficiencies look much less like a bug and more like a feature.

As reported Thursday by the Babylon Bee’s news site, Not the Bee, the senior director of the project, Jack Krawczyk, addressed Gemini’s problems in a post on the X social media platform — before he locked his account.

“We are aware that Gemini is offering inaccuracies in some historical image generation depictions, and we are working to fix this immediately,” Krawczyk said.

Between the wording of his post and Google’s decision to suspend Gemini’s image-generating feature, it appears the tech giant wants the insanely diverse images to seem like a simple mistake.

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After X users unearthed some of Krawczyk’s past posts, however, the inherent bias of the platform seems much less accidental.

Among those — shared by the @LeftismForU account — are gems such as, “White privilege is f***ing real,” “I don’t mind paying more taxes and investing in overcoming systemic racism,” and, “This is America, where racism is the #1 value our populace seeks to uphold above all.”

So far, Krawczyk makes your typical self-flagellating white leftist seem like an old-school centrist — but there’s more.

In a post about the 2020 presidential election, Krawczyk wrote, “I’ve been crying in intermittent bursts for the past 24 hours since casting my ballot. Filling in that Biden/Harris line felt cathartic.”

Seriously? This was a public admission from a grown man who occupies a senior position at one of the most powerful tech companies in...

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1 comment:

SiGraybeard said...

If anyone is surprised by this, they don't understand anything about computers.

They used to say Garbage In, Garbage Out. Now it's Garbage In, Gospel Out. The problem is that the programming is still garbage in that produces garbage output, but now people trust it because it came from a computer.