Samir Arora Says CEO Pichai Will Be Fired Or Resign: Gemini AI Blunder

By Consultants Review Team Wednesday, 28 February 2024

According to Samir Arora, the founder of Helios Capital, Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet, Google's parent firm, may be forced to step down or resign in the light of the Gemini incident. In answer to a question on social media network X (formerly known as Twitter), Arora shared this opinion.

Despite being a leader in AI, Arora criticized Pichai for how he handled the problems surrounding Google's AI chatbot, Gemini, claiming that Pichai made mistakes with Gemini that allowed rivals to overtake him. Google just gave its chatbot Bard a new name, Gemini, and released it globally.

Google reports that Gemini Pro 1.0 is now available for usage in more than 230 countries and territories and supports interaction in more than 40 languages.

After a free two-month trial, Gemini Advanced, a part of the Google One AI Premium Plan, costs $19.99 per month. According to a recent Google blog post, users of AI Premium may anticipate the integration of Gemini—formerly known as Duet AI—into a number of Google products, including Gmail, Docs, Slides, and Sheets.

Within a week, though, the debut was clouded by disputes. As reported by AP, Google apologized on February 23 for the botched introduction of a new AI picture generator associated with Gemini AI, acknowledging that the tool occasionally "overcompensated" for a lack of diversity even when it wasn't necessary. videos

Google has chosen to temporarily halt the chatbot's picture production in response to the problems. Overseeing Google's search engine and other operations as a senior vice president, Prabhakar Raghavan acknowledged in a blog post that 'this function missed the goal'. He thanked users for their criticism and expressed regret for the inaccurate and unpleasant photographs.

According to the AP, Raghavan recognized the criticism of the provocative portrayals produced by the Gemini AI picture generator, but he did not name any particular examples. This includes the portrayal of Black and Asian people as Nazi-era German troops and a Black lady as one of the founding fathers of the United States.

Raghavan justified the chatbot's purpose by saying that it was meant to accommodate a variety of demands, but he did acknowledge that certain questions caused "overcompensation." According to sources on February 23, Google might receive a notification from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity) over Gemini's 'biased' response to a query about Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

After a user voiced dissatisfaction on social media, Gemini was accused of having "bias" against PM Modi. In answer to a question on PM Modi, former US President Donald Trump, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the widely shared article claims that the AI model is "biased."

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