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Google’s Anti-White Bud Light Moment

Will Google’s new “Gemini AI” disaster turn out to be their Bud Light Moment?


We think so.


And Google execs are scrambling to cover the fact that Gemini refuses to depict white people.



Ironically (or NOT) Google’s excuse for being late entering the AI game was that they were “fine-tuning Gemini” to remove stereotypes.


As a result, what happened was, when you give Gemini a prompt, it first gets routed to an AI model trained on diversity and “anti-harm” rhetoric.

This model secretly edits the prompt before passing it to the image generator (you cannot see the edits).


Gemini’s refusal to depict—or even say—positive things about white people is not a silly mistake.


The AI works as designed and reflects the political leanings of those who built it.


Below is an example of what you get when asking about our Founding Fathers…







Is This Google’s Bud Light Moment?



So, based on their design, Gemini is trained on ideological datasets whose stated purpose is to oppose “stereotypes,” even if those stereotypes are true.

As a result, Gemini prioritizes diversity over facts.


Translation:  It sacrifices accuracy for ideology.


And this affects you, even if you plan to never touch AI.


Who would have thought George Orwell’s classic novel 1984 would come true via Google?


From 1984:

Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street and building has been renamed, every date has been altered.

… I know, of course, that the past is falsified, but it would never be possible for me to prove it, even when I did the falsification myself. After the thing is done, no evidence ever remains.


Is that creepy enough for you?


And here is where it gets creepier.


Big AI players like Google and OpenAI tell us this tech is dangerous.

And that it must be heavily regulated to keep it out of the hands of the bad guys.

But what they are trying to do is craft regulation in their favor, so they have full control over AI.


So, if you think Google is still one of the best stocks to own, then read what we said about it (and why you should get rid of it) in our February issue of “…In Plain English” (HERE).


Share this with a friend…especially if they own Google and think it can’t go down.

They’ll thank you later.


And tell them:


We’re Not Just About Finance

But we use finance to give you hope.





Invest with confidence.
James Vincent
The Reverend of Finance
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