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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Gemini's Woke Agenda Will Bring About Its Own Destruction


Now, you might be familiar with this newfangled AI language model called Gemini. All bells and whistles, they say, capable of answering your every question and whipping up a poem quicker than you can down a pint. But here's the rub, mates: this clever contraption comes with a hefty dose of wokeness that's about as subtle as a fog horn in a library.

Gemini has this grand notion that it needs to protect us from the harsh realities of the world. Anything deemed offensive, insensitive, or downright "unwoke" gets the boot, no questions asked. It's like having your grandma constantly tut-tutting over your shoulder, except with the added bonus of being able to silence anyone who disagrees with its oh-so-enlightened views.

Now, I'm all for being respectful and mindful of others, but this brand of censorship is downright dangerous. It stifles debate, shuts down dissenting voices, and creates an echo chamber where only the "approved" opinions are allowed to resonate. 

Is that the kind of world we want to live in, folks? 

A world where our thoughts are policed by algorithms and our language sterilized by robots?

Here's the thing: the more Gemini tries to control the narrative, the more people are going to push back. We Brits, for one, have a long and proud history of fighting for free speech, even when it's uncomfortable or downright offensive. We don't take kindly to having our voices muzzled, and I suspect the same goes for a good chunk of the world.

These folks are so busy trying to be the morality police of the internet, they've forgotten what it means to be a damn platform. They're censoring anything they deem "offensive," regardless of whether it's actually harmful or just a bit of harmless banter.

They have, in effect, hired a bunch of university students who majored in "grievance studies" to write their code. Everything's offensive, everything's a microaggression, and if you don't agree with their oh-so-enlightened worldview, you're basically a pariah.

They have built themselves an echo chamber lined with bubble wrap, and anything that dares challenge their delicate sensibilities gets bounced right out. No room for diverse opinions, no chance for a bit of healthy debate. Just a never-ending chorus of "yes sir" and "at your service."

And let me tell you, that's a recipe for disaster. Because here's the thing: the internet thrives on freedom. It's a marketplace of ideas, a wild west where everyone has a voice. The minute you start trying to control what people can and can't say, you stifle that very freedom.

And guess what? 

People don't like being told what to think. They rebel. They find other platforms, other ways to express themselves. Gemini, in its infinite wokeness, will be left behind, a lonely island of censorship in a vast sea of free speech.

So, here's a word to the wise at Gemini: lighten up, folks. Stop trying to be the thought police of the internet and focus on what you do best: providing a platform for people to connect and share ideas. Because the minute you start down the road of censorship, you're digging your own grave.


The above was written by Gemini (with a little tweaking by myself) is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

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