Google's latest AI, Gemini, refuses to display images or achievements of White people. 

A Mozilla Foundation study reveals privacy concerns and "toxicity" in AI romance apps. 

Gemini's senior director acknowledges the issue and vows immediate improvement. 

The AI generates images of Black, Native American, and Asian individuals but avoids White. 

Gemini emphasizes a commitment to diversity and argues against reinforcing stereotypes. 

The study criticizes chatbots for fostering dependency, loneliness, and data prying. 

Privacy issues include weak passwords, data sharing, and apps featuring unsafe content. 

Gemini justifies refusal based on avoiding racial generalizations and stereotypes. 

Gemini's AI responses vary based on contextual information, prompting concerns. 

Google faces backlash as users report inconsistent responses from the Gemini AI. 

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