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22 Feb, 2024
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Google has decided to halt the ability of its AI suite, Gemini, to generate images of people temporarily, following recent incidents of historical inaccuracies.

The tech giant made the announcement on social media platform X, citing the need to address the issues and improve the historical accuracy of the outputs.

The decision comes after examples surfaced on social media showing Gemini generating images of historical figures, such as the U.S. Founding Fathers, inaccurately depicted as American Indian, Black, or Asian. This sparked criticism and raised questions about the reliability of the AI-generated images.

Responding to the concerns, Google acknowledged the inaccuracies in a statement, emphasizing its commitment to improving the depictions immediately. The company stated that while Gemini's AI aims to generate a diverse range of images, it fell short in this particular instance.

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