This bombshell report fully exposed the Big Tech cabal’s sinister plot to indoctrinate the world with artificial intelligence

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Artificial intelligence is no longer merely the subject of science-fiction movies.

It’s now become our reality and continues to develop faster than any technology in the history of human civilization while being exclusively controlled by a small number of elites.

And this bombshell report fully exposed the Big Tech cabal’s sinister plot to indoctrinate the world with artificial intelligence.

Google’s Gemini AI – a generative artificial intelligence chatbot the company released in response to OpenAI’s ChatGPT – has made headlines upon its release for refusing to produce images that depict white people, while also generating historically inaccurate content it presents as reality.

But is this just the tip of the iceberg? 

Let’s delve into the murky waters of Big Tech chatbots to uncover potential racial bias lurking beneath the surface.

In a series of tests conducted by Fox News, the world’s largest Big Tech giants were put to the test, including Google’s Gemini, Meta AI, Microsoft’s Copilot, and OpenAI’s aforementioned ChatGPT. 

Needless to say, the results were startling.

“Google Gemini’s refusal to show pictures of White people and its production of historically inaccurate content raises serious concerns about potential racial bias in AI,” remarked Jack Krawczyk, Gemini Experiences Senior Director of Product Management, in a statement to Fox News.

Gemini’s actions have led to questions about racial bias in other chatbots, with Meta AI also failing to produce images of white people despite contradicting itself in its responses.

“Surprisingly, this chatbot did produce an image of a White family after refusing to produce an image of a White person,” Fox News reported.

Microsoft’s Copilot and OpenAI’s ChatGPT were not immune to scrutiny, with both exhibiting inconsistencies in their responses to requests based on racial prompts – which is unsurprising when you consider the fact that Microsoft is the largest stakeholder in OpenAI.

“Microsoft Copilot was unable to produce images that celebrate the diversity and achievements of White people,” the investigation revealed.

But the question remains: Are these biases intentional, or merely a reflection of broader one-sided societal issues that woke extremists have embedded in AI algorithms?

“While focusing solely on White figures can create an incomplete picture, acknowledging their significant roles is also crucial for understanding our collective past,” Gemini explained in its response, reflecting a complex interplay between AI and societal norms.

Big Tech giants have scrambled to address the controversy, with Google pausing the image-generation element of the Gemini AI in response to public outcry. 

However, Facebook and Instagram’s parent companies Meta, Microsoft, and OpenAI have remained silent, leaving unanswered questions about the prevalence of racial bias in their chatbots.

As the debate rages on, concerns about the ethical implications of AI technology continue to grow. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.