Google Lobotomized Its AI So It Can’t Tell the Difference Between Men and Women

Daily Stormer
February 22, 2020

The Jew fears the AI

I have read quite a few articles written by tech analysts claiming that Asia, especially Japan, is already much more advanced in many technological fields than the formerly Western world is, especially in fields such as robotics and AI and all the other Gundam-related stuff.

I have no idea if that’s true or not, and I’m too lazy to find out for sure, but I can tell you this: Scientific research works a lot better when you don’t intentionally sabotage it to appease mentally ill people.


A Google AI tool used to recognize objects in images will reportedly no longer attach gender labels such as “woman” or “man” to people in pictures in order to “avoid bias.”

Business Insider reports that a Google AI tool that can recognize and label the contents of an image will no longer assign gender labels to photos of people. Google’s Cloud Vision API is a service used by developers to allow them to attach labels to photos identifying the contents.

This tool is used to detect faces, landmarks, brand logos, and explicit content and is used within a number of industries, from retailers using the system to power their visual search features to researchers identifying animal species. Google reportedly told developers in an email on Thursday morning that it would no longer use “gendered labels” for its image tags.

Men who cut their dicks off are now the moral center of the universe, and pointing out they don’t look like women is the ultimate sin.

And us hateful goyim are just gonna have to get used to it or lose our jobs and go to prison.

Any images of people will reportedly now be tagged with “non-gendered” labels such as “person.” Google states that this was done as it was unable to determine an individual’s gender solely from their appearance. The company also cited ethical rules on AI stating that gendering photos could add to unfair bias.

The email states: “Given that a person’s gender cannot be inferred by appearance, we have decided to remove these labels in order to align with the Artificial Intelligence Principles at Google, specifically Principle #2: Avoid creating or reinforcing unfair bias.”

Oh yeah, you totally can’t tell.

What gender is he? I really can’t tell…

Basic notions of reality are not “bias.”

Frederike Kaltheuner, a tech policy fellow at Mozilla with expertise on AI bias, told Business Insider that the update was “very positive.” Kaltheuner stated in an email:

Anytime you automatically classify people, whether that’s their gender, or their sexual orientation, you need to decide on which categories you use in the first place — and this comes with lots of assumptions.

Classifying people as male or female assumes that gender is binary. Anyone who doesn’t fit it will automatically be misclassified and misgendered. So this is about more than just bias — a person’s gender cannot be inferred by appearance. Any AI system that tried to do that will inevitably misgender people.

I don’t know what a “tech policy fellow” actually does, but I’m gonna assume it’s some makework job for women to make sure that everyone knows the only real truth is what professor Shlomo taught them in their sociology class.

I doubt I’m off by much.

Lots of tech companies, as well as state-owned research institutions are teeming with parasites who do nothing but make sure people follow Jewish ideologies, which is why if we’re gonna see Gundams within our lifetime, they’ll be invented by Japs and made in China.

Only one developer so far has commented on the change, stating that it was made due to “political correctness.” The developer stated: “I don’t think political correctness has room in APIs. If I can 99% of the times identify if someone is a man or woman, then so can the algorithm. You don’t want to do it? Companies will go to other services.”

Notice how this one lone guy who somehow isn’t insane doesn’t name himself.

Because he’d lose his job if he did.

Because that’s the world we let the Jews create, and it’ll only end when we end it.

And then we can build the world that we always wanted.

One day…