Google CEO Sundar Pichai has addressed concerns internally about the company's AI app Gemini (formerly Bard), which recently came under heavy criticism for historically distorted AI images. In a company-wide memo, Pichai acknowledged the problems and assured employees that Google is working to fix them. "To be clear, that's completely unacceptable and we got it wrong." He outlined a series of actions, including structural changes, updated product policies, improved launch processes, and technical recommendations. Significant progress has already been made on some prompts, Pichai noted. The AI imaging system is set to be back online in a few weeks.


We’ve always sought to give users helpful, accurate, and unbiased information in our products. That’s why people trust them. This has to be our approach for all our products, including our emerging AI products.

Sundar Pichai

Support our independent, free-access reporting. Any contribution helps and secures our future. Support now:
Bank transfer
Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers.
Join our community
Join the DECODER community on Discord, Reddit or Twitter - we can't wait to meet you.