Google’s AI Video Exaggerates Capabilities: Admits to Editing for Better Results

A viral video showcasing Google’s AI model, Gemini, with 1.6 million views on YouTube, has been revealed to be edited for a more impressive display.

Google admits to speeding up responses in the demo and clarifies that the AI did not actually respond to voice or video prompts.

The video used still images and text prompts to guide the AI’s answers, deviating from the initial impression of real-time interactions.

While the AI’s capabilities are still noteworthy, the methods used in the video raise questions about transparency.

Google defends the video as a showcase of Gemini’s potential, but the discrepancies highlight the need for accurate representation in AI demonstrations.

Source: BBC

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