I couldn't sleep last night after watching this, I feel a need to share it with people but don't know with whom... I originally planned to share the video I saw on Youtube, but I noticed it since got removed.
Google is so evil and I'm honestly scared to know we are already living in a dystopian future where Google is brainwashing the masses to suit its agenda.
Where do you think this is all going to go... Do we have a glimpse of hope?
- Google / Eng modi_56So.. they're trying to prevent foreign actors from interfering in an election?
- So let me get this straight
>Russian citizens buying 3k worth of facebook ads and making memes = Political interference
>Google, Facebook, Twitter outright censoring political campaigns of POTUS and American citizens = pRoTecTinG dEmOcrAcy
There was nothing about Russia in the expose, that’s a wholly separate issue and not mentioned in google’s “algorithmic fairness” program. They weren’t training the AI to dampen data from Russian actors, they were burying opinions like pro-life. Which until this video people like you would call a conspiracy theory but now you’ve moved the goalpost.Jun 25 15
- Project veritas is worse than trash reporting but even if you read the article it's pretty clear it's more about Russian bots or SEO doing election interference.
- Cerner / Eng oHVC62Just looking at the sanity level. If a us tech company stops russian bots from spreading propaganda then they are evil. Lmao.
- Facebook teeteesHey how about you commies GTFO of a private company's business. Take Stalin's eggplant out of your mouth and trust in the market snowflakes
- No, Scarebus, "Constitutional guarantees" do not and will not apply to Google. Nor do they apply to AT&T. There is no "freedom of speech" issue with a private company.
Just stop. You have no idea what you're talking about and you're just embarrassing yourself with your ignorance.Jun 25 3
- Project Veitas is a known purveyor of debunked conspiracy theories and lies
- Is a machine learned model with various heuristic inputs. It's trying to predict the most likely completion given the data it has about the user (with some results filtered). There is no evidence that someone is sitting behind a desk hardcoding completions to piss off red pills.
- I’m sorry, I don’t think that “men can have periods” is the 3rd most likely search - and if you read the transcript of the Google kerfuffle, she admits that the most correct answer might need to be augmented to achieve their definition of fairness... so yes, I think it’s fair to call this into question as Google perhaps pushing a gender agenda
- It’s really admirable for you to stand up for Russia’s Internet Research Agency’s right to influence American elections.
If Russia isn’t 100% free to influence our elections, can we really say we have a free country?
- Disregard everything, but just the search completions for "men can" and "women can" are unbelievably insane. That is fairness while image search for idiot is all Trump?
We are most certainly evil.
We just make believe we are not.
- “Beware he who would deny you access to information, for in his heart, he dreams himself your master." - Commisioner Pravin Lal from Sid Meiers’s Alpha Centauri
- Microsoft qqxkwfoI can't load the video. All the sudden it say no internet connection when I try and click on it