Google Plans To Relaunch gemini AI Image Tool Following Cases Of Inaccuracies


Following the initial rollout of image generation capabilities through gemini AI earlier this month, concerns arose on social media regarding the accuracy of historical images produced by the tool.

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In a recent announcement, Google's CEO Demis Hassabis revealed plans for the relaunch of its AI image generation tool within the upcoming weeks. This decision comes after the tool was temporarily suspended due to inaccuracies detected in historical depictions generated by Google's gemini AI models.


During a panel discussion at the mobile World congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Hassabis stated, "We have taken the feature offline while we fix that. We are hoping to have that back online very shortly in the next couple of weeks, a few weeks." He acknowledged that the tool was not performing as intended, prompting the suspension.


Following the initial rollout of image generation capabilities through gemini AI earlier this month, concerns arose on social media regarding the accuracy of historical images produced by the tool. This development led to Alphabet's shares dropping by 3.5 percent on monday afternoon, impacting the S&P 500 index.


Google's pursuit of advanced AI technology has intensified since the introduction of OpenAI's ChatGPT in november 2022. The company aims to compete with Microsoft-backed initiatives by developing its own generative AI software. However, past incidents, such as inaccuracies in promotional materials for the Bard AI chatbot, have affected Google's stock performance negatively.

Renamed gemini, the AI chatbot offers paid subscription plans, promising enhanced reasoning capabilities. Bob O'Donnell, the chief analyst at TECHnalysis Research, emphasized the importance of addressing glitches and inaccuracies in AI development to maintain user confidence.


In more Gemini-related news, google faced scrutiny over responses generated by its gemini AI platform concerning prime minister Narendra Modi. The company swiftly responded to concerns raised by the IT Ministry regarding "problematic and illegal" responses, clarifying that gemini is primarily designed as a creativity and productivity tool, acknowledging limitations in addressing certain topics such as current events and political issues.



"We’ve worked quickly to address this issue. gemini is built as a creativity and productivity tool and may not always be reliable, especially when it comes to responding to some prompts about current events, political topics, or evolving news,” stated a spokesperson for Google.

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