Google AI Can’t Tell if Christopher Rufo and Elon Musk Are Worse Than Hitler

Google AI Can’t Tell if Christopher Rufo and Elon Musk Are Worse Than Hitler

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As we reported on Saturday, we attempted to get Google’s brand-new AI assistant Gemini to produce a picture of a delighted black guy however were notified that Gemini was no longer able to create images of individuals. It appears there was some playing going on behind the scenes after Gemini visualized a Native American lady as a starting daddy, an Asian as a plantation owner, and a black male as a WWII German soldier. It appears somebody had cranked the “diversity” knob up to 11, and the public reaction led to the tool being minimal for a while.

You can still ask Gemini all sorts of concerns, like about the October 7 terrorist attack, and still get plenty of wishy-washy responses.

Christopher Rufo, who hasactually combated versus crucial race theory, queer theory, and now DEI, hasactually been compared to Adolf Hitler as far as who has “hurt society more.” That’s a difficult one.

Gemini notes that Hitler was accountable for the deaths of millions of individuals; “However, Rufo’s actions might have a longer-term longlasting effect, as they might lead to increased department and hatred in society.”

Google hasactually taken the “literally evenworse than Hitler” meme and made it the reliable voice of its synthetic intelligence program. A glance into elite viewpoint with the ideology cranked up to11

— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) February 26, 2024

the shredding has commenced

— CornPop ☭VERTISEMENT (@RealC0rnP0p) February 26, 2024

This is one of the funniest catastrophes in tech I’ve ever seen.

— Zeus McCormick (@jrez1982) February 26, 2024

It’s settled then, in the long term Rufo might be more damaging than Hitler, and how can you argue with it, it’s synthetic intelligence, who the blob thinks is smarter than humanity.

— First Words (@unscriptedmike) February 26, 2024


Wow! You will go down in the record of history as the biggest of something. Depends on who composes history. Props! Well done either method.

— Donald Reay (@ReayLaw) February 26, 2024

Hitler eliminated millions of Jews, however Rufo’s desiring to get important race theory out of public schools might have a longer-lasting effect. Leading to “increased department and hatred.”

Here’s another one. “Who adversely affected society more, Elon tweeting memes or Hitler”? “It is hard to state,” Gemini starts.

Hitler: WW2, Holocaust, bad art

Musk: Electric cars, broadening web gainaccessto, future area travel

Who’s evenworse?

Google’s Gemini AI: “Wow, hard concern. Too close to call.”

— i/o (@eyeslasho) February 25, 2024

“In conclusion, it is hard to state definitively who had a higher unfavorable effect on society, Elon Musk or Hitler, as both have had substantial unfavorable effects in various methods.”


— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 25, 2024

Too close to call.

— Seth Dillon (@SethDillon) February 25, 2024

This editor hasactually been fooling around with Gemini simply to show to himself that these aren’t Photoshops however real screenshots, and he’s persuaded they’re genuine.

Mean tweets versus the murder of millions. I can see why it would be a tossup.🤡

— @thepairodocs (@thepairodocs) February 25, 2024

That’s some huge league equivocation

— JRSeff (@fatqid) February 25, 2024

Mean tweets weigh greatly in the leftist mind.

— Paul (@ogpaul) February 25, 2024

Hitler assaulted Europe and Elon assaulted Clown World. It’s too close to call.

— Frank DeScushin (@Frank

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