Google ‘Working Around the Clock’ to Fix Gemini AI as CEO Calls Responses ‘Unacceptable’

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Google ‘Working Around the Clock’ , to Fix Gemini AI , as CEO Calls Responses ‘Unacceptable’.
On Feb. 27, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent
a note to employees saying that some of
its AI tool's responses were "biased" and "completely unacceptable," Reuters reports. .
On Feb. 27, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent
a note to employees saying that some of
its AI tool's responses were "biased" and "completely unacceptable," Reuters reports. .
Our teams have been working around
the clock to address these issues. , Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, via note to employees.
We're already seeing a substantial
improvement on a wide
range of prompts... , Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, via note to employees.
And we'll review what happened
and make sure we fix it at scale, Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, via note to employees.
Gemini was paused on Feb. 22 after
"offering inaccuracies in some historical
image generation depictions," Google said.
Some of those inaccuracies included
racially diverse Nazis, The Verge reports. .
Three weeks ago, we launched a new
image generation feature for the
Gemini conversational app (formerly
known as Bard), which included the
ability to create images of people. It’s
clear that this feature missed the mark. , Prabhakar Raghavan, senior vice president of
Google's Knowledge & Information, via blog post.
Some of the images generated are
inaccurate or even offensive. We’re
grateful for users’ feedback and are
sorry the feature didn't work well, Prabhakar Raghavan, senior vice president of
Google's Knowledge & Information, via blog post.
Gemini will reportedly be
relaunched in the coming weeks

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