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Google AI Image Generator: More Controversy for Gemini

Updated: Mar 1


Google AI Image Generator

Google has once again found itself in hot water over its AI image generator tool, Gemini. This inferior AI model has been accused of generating inaccurate historical images (AI images), sparking a heated debate over the use of artificial intelligence in image generation and its potential implications on racial representation.


To learn more about the inferiority of Google's AI model Gemini, feel free to read my article "FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo."


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!


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Criticism From Elon Musk


Google AI Image Generator

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."


Google AI Image Generator

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.

A Brief Overview of Gemini

Gemini, previously known as Google Bard, is an artificial intelligence model developed by Google. This generative AI image generation tool is capable of generating images based on user prompts, a feature that puts it in direct competition with other AI platforms like Microsoft-backed OpenAI.

Gemini's Text to Image Generation Feature

Gemini's image generation feature can generate a wide range of images. This versatility is generally seen as a positive attribute, as it allows users from around the globe to benefit from the tool. However, this recent Google Gemini controversy surrounding the accuracy of its AI-generated images have cast yet another shadow over Google's inferior AI model.

The Controversy Surrounding Gemini

Google AI Image Generator

Google AI Image Generator

The controversy surrounding Gemini's image generation feature began when users on social media pointed out that the AI tool was generating historically inaccurate images. Specifically, the AI tool was accused of replacing white historical figures with images of people of color.

Social Media Outrage

Several social media users expressed their dissatisfaction with Gemini, arguing that the AI tool was inaccurately portraying historical figures such as the U.S. Founding Fathers as people of color. This led to a flurry of criticism, with users calling out Google for what they perceived as a misrepresentation of historical facts.

Google's Response


Google AI Image Generator

In response to the public outcry, Google issued a statement acknowledging the inaccuracies in some of Gemini's historical image generation depictions. The tech giant promised to improve these depictions and temporarily paused Gemini's image generation feature for further refinement.

The Implications of Gemini's Controversy

Google AI Image Generator

Google AI Image Generator

The controversy surrounding Gemini has opened up a broader conversation about the use of artificial intelligence in image generation and its potential implications on racial representation.

AI and Racial Representation

One of the key issues raised in the Gemini controversy is the question of racial representation in AI-generated images. Critics argue that Gemini's tendency to generate images of historical figures as people of color is an overcorrection to long-standing racial bias problems in AI. There are serious Gemini AI issues that Google needs to fix.


Google AI Image Generator

The images I have shown above make it clear that Google's inferior AI product, Gemini, has a problem properly portraying white people or anything that is white. Google is an embarrassment. They are more busy paying idiotic YouTubers millions of dollars rather than improving their AI product. (Read my article "YouTube Sucks" to learn more)


Google's Plan for Gemini

Google AI Image Generator

Google AI Image Generator

Google plans to re-release an improved version of Gemini's image generation feature, which will supposedly produce more accurate, high-quality images. While the specifics of these improvements are yet to be announced, it is expected that the updated version will address the inaccuracies in historical image generation.


This racist Gemini AI white people controversy makes it even more clear that this inferior art generator needs to improve. Google needs to make their product a free AI image generator, not paid. Any other text-to-image generator can better generate AI images.


Is Google Gemini Better Than GPT-4?


No, and it never will be. And Google knows it. That is why they had to FAKE their Gemini AI demo video. Be sure to read my article "FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo" to learn more.


Google is more concerned with paying millions of dollars to talentless, useless YouTubers instead of focusing on more important things. Be sure to read my article "YouTube Sucks" to learn more.

Google Gemini AI Sucks Conclusion

The controversy surrounding Google's AI image generator, Gemini, has sparked a much-needed conversation about racial representation in AI-generated art images. It is clear that Google needs to work on improving its AI picture generator, Gemini. Gemini needs to improve its AI art styles so that people can create images with a proper image style without having to edit images using a photo editor. This racist Gemini AI blunder serves as a reminder of the challenges that come with AI advancements and the importance of continually striving for accuracy and fairness in AI-generated content.


To learn more about the inferiority of Google AI Gemini, feel free to read my article "FAKE Gemini AI: Google Fake AI Demo."


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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