Google Gemini employees exposed for embrace of ‘woke’ ideology, bias against Trump

AI backlash over Google’s image generator and its developer’s past comments set stocks streaking downward to the tune of billions.

The rebrand of Google Bard to Gemini may have helped transition the artificial intelligence chatbot toward its broader functionality, but it couldn’t cover the stain of its creations or the bias of the minds behind it.

As such, scrambling executives from Google couldn’t move fast enough to make their social media accounts private as stocks for parent company Alphabet Inc. dropped to a value of over $70 billion.

A chief offender from Google was Gemini Experiences senior director of product management Jack Krawczyk who routinely shared his views on systemic racism, climate change and crying after voting in the 2020 presidential election.

“White privilege is f*cking real. Don’t be an a**hole and act guilty about it — do your part in recognizing bias at all levels of egregious,” read an April 2018 post as another from after President Joe Biden’s inauguration contended the address was “one of the greatest ever” for “Acknowledging systemic racism” and “Reiterating the American ideal is the dream for the world but we need to work on ourselves to earn it.”

“I’ve been crying in intermittent bursts for the past 24 hours since casting my ballot. Filling in that Biden/Harris line felt cathartic,” wrote Krawczyk after early voting in 2020.

The senior director’s posts came to light after Gemini had appeared to virtually erase white people from existence as nearly every prompt introduced generated images of other races and ethnicities, even for historical figures like President George Washington.

The impact of the inherent biases in the AI truly manifested by market close Monday after Alphabet stock lost roughly 4.4% to end at $137.57, the equivalent of losing more than $70 billion in value. By midday Wednesday, the stock floated around $137.30 after another drop when markets opened.

Krawczyk wasn’t alone in vocalizing his leftist ideologies as Clément Farabet, vice president of research for Google DeepMind, the lab behind Gemini’s creation, had also been noted for celebrating the election of Biden before he too locked his account.

“Wow what a beautiful day for American [sic] and for the world. For women, for minorities, for our children, and really for anyone who’s not a selfish a***,” he posted to social media Nov. 7, 2020.

Likewise, Google AI ethics and compliance advisor Jen Gennai gave a keynote address in 2021 where she recounted her own “inclusion failure” and lamented, “I treated every member of my team the same and expected that would lead to equally good outcomes for everyone. That was not true.”

“I always state both groups I’m a member of and support as well as those I am more of a mentor and sponsor of to ensure that it doesn’t look like I’m othering others,” she said after airing her offense.

In addition to taking the image generator offline after the backlash, with a plan to relaunch on the horizon, Krawczyk told Fox News Digital, “We’re working to improve these kinds of depictions immediately. Gemini’s AI image generation does generate a wide range of people. And that’s generally a good thing because people around the world use it. But it’s missing the mark here.”

Kevin Haggerty


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