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Why everybody should have seen the Google Gemini blunder coming

18 March 2024

7:00 AM

18 March 2024

7:00 AM

Has it ever bothered you that all the Founding Fathers were white? Fear not: Google Gemini AI is here to save the day.

In February, Google updated its artificial intelligence LLM, or Large Language Model, releasing one called Gemini. The hope was that tech companies could build off each other’s platforms and that Google’s new AI would correct earlier mistakes made by Microsoft’s Bing, which in turn corrected mistakes made by OpenAI.

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