Google drops Gemini, Deepak Chopra ponders AI morality.


  • Google retracts its generative AI model, Gemini, due to criticism over biased and inaccurate generated photos.
  • Deepak Chopra discusses morality in AI and the potential for AI to improve health and well-being while respecting moral values.

Google’s new large language model, Gemini, faced widespread criticism over ethnically biased and historically inaccurate generated photos, leading to Google temporarily blocking access to its image-generating abilities. The challenge of detecting bias in AI models, particularly in healthcare algorithms, stems from lack of diversity in data collection and interpretation by developers. Despite the potential of AI to improve healthcare, the field remains unregulated with long-term risks not fully understood.

Deepak Chopra believes that AI, as an invention of humans, will always be influenced by moral values. He suggests viewing AI as a form of human augmented reality and emphasizes the importance of emotional and spiritual evolution keeping pace with technological advancements. Chopra’s upcoming book, “Digital Dharma,” explores how AI can be used to raise spiritual intelligence and personal well-being.

In conclusion, the article highlights the need for conscious guidance in implementing AI to ensure ethical and moral considerations are prioritized alongside technological progress.