Why Google ‘Thought’ This Black Woman Was a Gorilla

Google AI mistakens black female for gorilla

Why Google ‘Thought’ This Black Woman Was a Gorilla September 29, 2015 Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Email a Friend Google had a major PR disaster on its hands thanks to «deep learning.» ( Jacky Alcine/Twitter ) This is a story about an incident that happened to 22-year-old freelance web developer Jacky Alciné, the racist slur that caught

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Google Photos labeled black people ‘gorillas’ – USA TODAY

Jul 01, 2015 · It identified a black man and a white woman as apes on two occasions. «The mistakes are made because algorithms, smart as they are, are terrible at …

Is Google racist for calling black people gorillas? – Quora

First of all, no one at Google «called black people gorillas.» Their photo recognition incorrectly categorized some people as gorillas. Yes it was offensive but it was also an accident not the choice of anyone at Google. Photo recognition is still new and shakey.

Google Photos labels black people as ‘gorillas’ – Telegraph

Jul 01, 2015 · Google has removed the ‘gorilla’ tag from its new Photos app, after a user noticed it had filed a number of photos of him and his black friend in an automatically generated album named ‘gorillas’.

Google ‘fixed’ its racist algorithm by removing gorillas

Jan 12, 2018 · Searching for “black man” or “black woman,” for example, only returned pictures of people in black and white, sorted by gender but not race. Google …

Google apologizes for algorithm mistakenly calling black

Jul 01, 2015 · Internet Leer en español Google apologizes for algorithm mistakenly calling black people ‘gorillas’ The search giant is under fire after its Photo app offensively mislabeled user’s photos.

When It Comes to Gorillas, Google Photos Remains Blind – WIRED

Google promised a fix after its photo-categorization software labeled black people as gorillas in 2015. More than two years later, it hasn’t found one.

Google Photos Mislabels 2 Black Americans as Gorillas

Jun 29, 2015 · The image recognition software built into Google Photos is impressive. Show it a photo of the Eiffel Tower, and it will know that picture was taken in Paris. Snap an image of a dog or a tree, and