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FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

Updated: Feb 24


FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

Google's recent unveiling of its most advanced artificial intelligence (AI) model, Gemini, has sparked a heated debate in the tech world. In this article, I will discuss the controversy surrounding the blatant misrepresentation of Gemini's capabilities in Google's demonstration videos.


To learn about even more controversy surrounding Google's inferior Gemini AI, read my article "Google AI Image Generator: More Controversy for Gemini."


Also, be sure to read my article "YouTube Sucks" to learn more about the type of company Google is.


I am RayCee the Artist, a professional portrait photographer, event photographer, and wedding photographer, and if you would like to schedule a photoshoot with me, please contact me at raycee@rayceeartist.com!


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Elon Musk Hates Google Too


FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

Even Elon Musk has criticized Google. Musk recently said: "I’m glad that Google overplayed their hand with their AI image generation, as it made their insane racist, anti-civilizational programming clear to all." (Read my article "Google AI Image Generator: More Controversy for Gemini" to learn more about what Elon Musk is referring to.


Elon Musk even criticized a Google executive, Jack Krawczyk. Musk said this about the Google executive: "This nut is a big part of why Google’s AI is so racist & sexist."


Google is a JOKE. These idiots are too busy paying useless, idiotic YouTubers millions of dollars instead of making their inferior AI product better. Read my article "YouTube Sucks" to learn more.


The Launch of Gemini

 

Search giant Google launched Gemini, its largest and most advanced AI model yet, in December 2023. The tech giant touted Gemini as a formidable contender against Microsoft-backed OpenAI's GPT-4, a highly acclaimed AI model. Google even released a white paper claiming that Gemini's most powerful version, "Ultra," marginally outperformed GPT-4 in several benchmark tests.

 

The Trio of Gemini Models

 

Google introduced three variants of Gemini during its launch: Ultra, Pro, and Nano.


Gemini Ultra


This is the most powerful and versatile model, capable of processing and understanding large amounts of data across various modalities (text, images, audio, video, code). It's designed for advanced research and development in areas like artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and machine learning.


Gemini Advanced, Google's flagship AI, runs on Gemini Ultra. Gemini Advanced is still nothing compared to ChatGPT. This is why Google felt the need to fake their Gemini AI video. They know they can not compete with OpenAI's ChatGPT. Take a look at the following image to see a very clear example of the superiority of ChatGPT, and the inferiority of Gemini:


FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

Gemini completely botched the answer to a simple question. Gemini Advanced is not so advanced. Google should worry more about improving their inferior AI model rather than paying millions of dollars to useless YouTubers. (See my article "YouTube Sucks")


FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

Also, be sure to read my article "Google AI Image Generator: More Controversy for Gemini" to learn about the horrible image generation capabilities of Google's inferior generative AI model, Gemini.


Gemini Pro


This model strikes a balance between power and efficiency, making it suitable for a wider range of applications. It can handle many tasks that require understanding information from multiple sources, such as generating creative text formats, translating languages, writing different kinds of creative content, and answering your questions in an informative way.


Gemini Nano


This is the smallest and most lightweight model, designed for use on mobile devices and other resource-constrained environments. It focuses on core language tasks like understanding and generating text, making it ideal for chatbots, virtual assistants, and other conversational AI applications.

 

Gemini and Bard

 

Alongside the launch, Google announced that Bard, its generative AI chatbot, now runs on Gemini Pro. This partnership holds significant potential for improving Bard's conversational capabilities, a critical factor in its competition with OpenAI's ChatGPT.

 

The Controversy Erupts: Google's Misleading Gemini Demo


FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

The controversy began with the release of a six-minute video demonstration video titled "Hands-on with Gemini: Interacting with multimodal AI." The Gemini AI demo video showcased an impressive conversation between a user and a Gemini-powered chatbot, along with Gemini's ability to recognize and differentiate visual images and physical objects in real-time.


The demo video begins by narrating an evolving sketch of a duck from a squiggle to a completed drawing, which it says is an unrealistic color, then expresses surprise (“What the quack!”) when seeing a toy blue duck. Gemini AI then responds to various voice questions about that toy. The demo then moves on to tracking a ball in a cup-switching game, recognizing shadow puppet gestures, reordering sketches of planets, etc.


FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo

In the demonstration video, Gemini was portrayed as an AI capable of conversing verbally with users while deciphering visual images and physical objects in real-time. The demo video suggested that Gemini could observe and react to the world in real-time through smooth voice interactions. However, it was later confirmed that the demonstration did not occur in real-time.

 

The Blatant Misrepresentations

 

While the demo was impressive, some tech experts pointed out discrepancies between the video and the actual capabilities of Gemini. Google admitted that the demo was not conducted in real time, but instead used still images and fed text prompts to which Gemini responded.

 

The video gave the impression of seamless, real-time interaction between Gemini and the user, a claim that Google later confirmed was not entirely accurate. The company stated that the video was an illustrative depiction of Gemini's potential, based on real multimodal prompts and outputs from testing.

 

The Backlash: Public and Industry Response


The alleged misrepresentation in the Gemini demo led to widespread criticism. Some experts compared this situation to Google's previous controversial AI demos, including a rushed and flawed demonstration of its AI chatbots earlier in the year.

 

The Twitter/X Storm

 

Several industry professionals took to Twitter/X to express their disappointment at Google's handling of the Gemini demo. Pioneering software engineer Grady Booch called out the company for deceiving the public, while others accused Google of overhyping Gemini's capabilities.

 

Implications for Google's Reputation

 

This controversy could potentially harm Google's reputation in the AI industry. Despite being a long-standing leader in machine learning research, Google's missteps in showcasing its AI tools have raised questions about its credibility.

 

The Impact on Investor Confidence

 

Google's stock took a hit following the revelations about the faked demo. Investors are likely to be more cautious in the future, given the discrepancies between Google's claims and the actual capabilities of Gemini.

 

Employee Reactions

 

Even Google's own employees have voiced concerns about the misleading nature of the Gemini demo. Some employees believe that the video painted an unrealistic picture of Gemini's capabilities, making the AI tool appear more advanced than it actually is.

 

Looking Forward: The Future of Gemini

 

Despite the current controversy, Google remains optimistic about the potential of Gemini. The company looks forward to seeing what developers can create when access to Gemini Pro opens. The tech giant is also set to release Gemini Ultra, which is touted to be even more powerful than Gemini Pro.

 

The OpenAI Challenge

 

Google is in a fierce battle with OpenAI, which has made significant strides in generative AI technology. With Gemini, Google hopes to bridge the gap and even surpass OpenAI's GPT-4 model.

 

Conclusion: The Importance of Transparency in AI

 

The controversy surrounding Google's Gemini demo underscores the need for transparency in the AI industry. Misrepresenting the capabilities of AI models can lead to public mistrust and a lack of confidence in the technology. As AI continues to evolve, tech companies must prioritize honesty and integrity in their demonstrations and communications, ensuring that the public and investors have a clear and accurate understanding of AI's capabilities and limitations.

 

In the tech world, as in any other, honesty is the best policy. Google's experience with the faked Gemini demo serves as a reminder of this timeless truth. As we move forward, let's hope that all technology companies take this lesson to heart.


To learn about even more controversy surrounding Google's inferior Gemini AI, read my article "Google AI Image Generator."


Also, be sure to read my article "YouTube Sucks" to learn more about the type of company Google is.


I am RayCee the Artist, a professional portrait photographer, event photographer, and wedding photographer, digital artist, and graphic designer, and if you would like to schedule a photoshoot with me or need me to create beautiful artwork and designs for you, please contact me at raycee@rayceeartist.com!


Also, be sure to follow me on Instagram and YouTube!


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