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Disturbing Social Media Posts of Top Google Employee

via CBN News
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Google’s AI product lead Jack Krawczyk has faced criticism over his past comments exhibiting anti-white bias.

This comes after Google’s conversational AI chatbot Gemini generated politically correct but historically inaccurate images in response to prompts, such as depicting female popes and black Vikings.

Krawczyk had previously posted on social media about the discrimination faced by his black colleagues, including racial profiling incidents.

“We are aware that Gemini is offering inaccuracies in some historical image generation depictions, and we are working to fix this immediately,” Google Gemini lead Jack Krawczyk stated.

He also stated that as a white man he had never experienced such things in America.

“1) Flight attendant insist on showing boarding pass to prove Economy Plus seat while my colleague was sitting in the seat (TWICE ON SEPARATE FLIGHTS),” Krawczyk wrote.

“2) Get pulled over for a license sticker that was about to expire on my colleague’s Mercedes. Cop would only speak with me, assuming it was my car even though I was in the 3rd (and only white) person in the car and in back seat. (THIS HAPPENED IN NEW YORK CITY!)”

Krawczyk concluded by declaring that “white privilege is [expletive] real” and called on others to recognize bias at all levels.

Neiman Marcus to make sure we didn’t steal anything. We were just killing time between meetings. (THIS HAPPENED IN LOS ANGELES),” he wrote.

“Needless to say, I have experienced none of these things being a white man in America. They may seem like isolated or trivial slights, but the pattern is undeniable. We obviously have egregious racism in this country, but the small [expletive] like this is part of what enables it,” he said.

“I wish I had better answers on what to do except be angry. My only approach is to call it out when it happens; push people to recognize bias. Just be a [expletive] good, empathetic person and love everyone equally, America/World.”

“White privilege is [expletive] real. Don’t be an [expletive] and act guilty about it — do your part in recognizing bias at all levels of egregious,” Krawczyk wrote.

Critics argue Krawczyk’s history of comments showcase a bias that could impact his work leading Google’s conversational AI projects.

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