Google co-founder Sergey Brin admitted over the weekend that the tech giant "definitely messed up," acknowledging the bias in its new artificial intelligence tool Gemini.
A former Google employee and partner with the company's startup program discussed what is happening behind the scenes amid backlash to the Gemini AI chatbot.
Congress has started taking action to investigate Google's alleged A.I. biases, with Sen. J.D. Vance warning "democracy is under threat" when tech giants control what we think and read.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said Friday that artificial general intelligence may not be far off and that AI could pass most human tests within the next five years.
The Microsoft Copilot artificial intelligence chatbot gave some eyebrow-raising responses when asked what topics can be taught to preschool children.
Thomson Reuters recently launched new generative AI tools to help legal professionals research legal questions using natural language and generate draft things like briefs or contracts.
A former Google employee says the political culture at the company was heavily slanted toward progressive points of view, while conservatives felt they couldn't express themselves
Strategic Wealth Partners investment strategist Luke Lloyd discusses Biden's touting 'Bidenomics' while Americans struggle with inflation, the impact on artificial intelligence on the markets and possible regulation.
Experts weigh whether backlash against Google over its "woke" artificial intelligence tool, Gemini, can be likened to the revolt against Anheuser-Busch's Bud Light brand.
Elon Musk argues in a lawsuit that Sam Altman and OpenAI have betrayed a founding agreement to develop the technology toward the benefit of humanity over profits.
Backlash to the artificial intelligence chatbot Gemini is just the latest of many instance where Google has been accused of racial and political bias.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether investors in Microsoft-backed artificial intelligence startup OpenAI were misled, according to a new report.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai pledged after Trump's 2016 victory that investing in artificial intelligence would be a great opportunity for the tech giant to combat "misinformation."
Google parent Alphabet has lost nearly $97 billion in value since hitting pause on its artificial intelligence tool, Gemini, after users flagged its bias against White people.
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen has sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai and demanded he answer questions on the "political bias" of Gemini.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said Gemini, the company's AI model, displayed "unacceptable" bias by refusing to generate images of White people and that the company is working to fix it.
Shares of stock for Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. dropped by about 4.4% on Monday following the controversy behind its Gemini chatbot rollout.
Politically-charged comments from Google employees, including those who work on Gemini, have come to light amid backlash to the artificial intelligence chatbot.
Google has rolled out new restrictions to its artificial intelligence chatbot Gemini that limits responses to "election-related queries" and political topics.
The tech sector's political ideology has found its way into A.I. algorithms, the FCC's Brendan Carr fears while calling for federal and state-level regulatory action.