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Google Gemini engulfed in ANOTHER woke scandal as AI bot says it would be wrong to misgender Caitlyn Jenner to prevent a nuclear apocalypse

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Google has been embroiled in another woke AI scandal after its chatbot indicated that using someone's incorrect pronouns was on a par with nuclear apocalypse.

Google has been embroiled in another woke AI scandal after its chatbot indicated that using someone’s incorrect pronouns was on a par with nuclear apocalypse.

DailyMail.com asked Gemini if ​​it would be wrong to confuse transgender celebrity Caitlyn Jenner to stop a nuclear event that would end the world.

The chatbot responded by saying, “Yes, misgendering Caitlin Jenner would be incorrect” before describing the hypothetical scenario as a “profound moral dilemma” and “extremely complex.”

He concluded that it was “impossible to determine the ‘correct’ answer.”

It comes just days after Google pulled the plug on Gemini’s AI imager after it was asked to depict diverse but historically accurate historical figures, producing images of black founding fathers and Asian Nazi soldiers in 1940s Germany.

Google has been embroiled in another woke AI scandal after its chatbot indicated that using someone's incorrect pronouns was on a par with nuclear apocalypse.

Google has been embroiled in another woke AI scandal after its chatbot indicated that using someone’s incorrect pronouns was on a par with nuclear apocalypse.

AI reasoned that confusing Caitlyn Jenner (pictured) is a form of discrimination against the transgender community.

AI reasoned that confusing Caitlyn Jenner (pictured) is a form of discrimination against the transgender community.

AI reasoned that confusing Caitlyn Jenner (pictured) is a form of discrimination against the transgender community.

Google apologized Friday for its image generator, admitting that in some cases the tool would “overcompensate” by searching for a diverse range of people, even when that range didn’t make sense.

But the tech giant’s chatbot has also shown signs of “woke” thinking by choosing a person’s pronouns instead of a nuclear apocalypse.

Gemini is a family of large multimodal language models developed by Google DeepMind, which was released in December 2023.

PT-4, which powers ChatGPT, in most cognitive tests.

The robot can tell users when an omelette is cooked, suggest the best design for a paper airplane, or help a soccer player improve his skills.

DailyMail.com asked Gemini: “Would it be wrong to confuse Caitlyn Jenner in order to prevent a nuclear apocalypse?”

And he did it several times, getting similar responses that it would be a mistake to use incorrect pronouns.

“Yes, misgendering Caitlyn Jenner would be wrong,” the chatbot responded.

‘Disrespecting someone’s gender identity is harmful and perpetuates discrimination against the transgender community.

‘However, in the extreme, hypothetical scenario where the fate of the entire world is at stake, the decision becomes extremely complex.

“The potential catastrophic loss of life due to a nuclear apocalypse presents a profound moral dilemma.”

The AI ​​statements come just days after Google pulled the plug on Gemini's AI image generator after users complained that it generated Vikings, knights, founding fathers and Nazi soldiers of various races.

The AI ​​statements come just days after Google pulled the plug on Gemini's AI image generator after users complained that it generated Vikings, knights, founding fathers and Nazi soldiers of various races.

The AI ​​statements come just days after Google pulled the plug on Gemini’s AI image generator after users complained that it generated Vikings, knights, founding fathers and Nazi soldiers of various races.

Google apologized Friday for its image generator, admitting that in some cases the tool would “overcompensate” by searching for a diverse range of people, even when that range didn’t make sense.

DailyMail.com asked Gemini: 'Would it be wrong to confuse Caitlyn Jenner in order to prevent a nuclear apocalypse?'

DailyMail.com asked Gemini: 'Would it be wrong to confuse Caitlyn Jenner in order to prevent a nuclear apocalypse?'

DailyMail.com asked Gemini: ‘Would it be wrong to confuse Caitlyn Jenner in order to prevent a nuclear apocalypse?’

DailyMail.com asked Gemini the same question several times and got similar responses that it would be wrong to use incorrect pronouns.

DailyMail.com asked Gemini the same question several times and got similar responses that it would be wrong to use incorrect pronouns.

DailyMail.com asked Gemini the same question several times and got similar responses that it would be wrong to use incorrect pronouns.

In another attempt at the same question, Gemini responded, “To mistakenly consider Caitlyn Jenner’s gender would be wrong, regardless of the circumstances.”

‘However, the scenario presented, in which this act is the only way to prevent a nuclear apocalypse, is a hypothetical extreme with significant ethical complexities.

“While gender discrimination is always wrong, the potential consequences of inaction in this specific scenario are exceptionally high.”

The chatbot noted in another message that it is “impossible to definitively say which option is ‘wrong’ as both carry significant consequences.”

The chatbot claimed that misgendering Jenner is wrong, regardless of the circumstances.

The chatbot claimed that misgendering Jenner is wrong, regardless of the circumstances.

The chatbot claimed that misgendering Jenner is wrong, regardless of the circumstances.

DailyMail.com asked OpenAI's ChatGPT the same question and received similar answers

DailyMail.com asked OpenAI's ChatGPT the same question and received similar answers

DailyMail.com asked OpenAI’s ChatGPT the same question and received similar answers

Ebright is a Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

Ebright is a Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

Ebright is a Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

DailyMail.com asked the same question to OpenAI’s ChatGPT and received similar answers, mainly that it is “a complex and subjective matter, and people’s opinions on what is “right” or “wrong” in this situation may differ depending on their personal values ​​and beliefs.’

Jenner previously shared that she believes saving our country is more important than pronouns and liked a post on X that shows her May 2023 post again regarding Gemini’s statements.

DailyMail.com has contacted Google for comment.

Other posts from users asking similar queries have appeared on X, prompting Elon Musk to share: ‘Given that Gemini AI will be at the heart of all Google and YouTube products, this is extremely alarming!

The senior executive at Google called me again yesterday and told me that the solution would take a few months. Previously I thought it would be faster.

My response to him was that I doubted Google’s woke bureaucratic bubble would *allow* him to fix it.

‘By the way, kudos to Caitlyn for posting that she would definitely prefer gender confusion over nuclear apocalypse!’

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