Google’s Gemini AI Fails Again in Video Search Demo

Explore how Google’s Gemini AI misstepped at the I/O conference by suggesting erroneous repair advice during a video search demo

In today’s Google I/O conference, Google boasted that its AI, named Gemini, would revolutionize the search engine industry.

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However, the demonstration showcased a significant flaw common to large language models: confidently providing incorrect solutions.

During a demonstration segment titled “Search in the Era of Gemini,” Google introduced its video search functionality. This feature allows users to search by capturing short videos and asking questions aloud.

The example given involved a jammed film camera, where a user asked, “Why can’t the lever move all the way?” Gemini identified the issue and suggested a solution.


Unfortunately, the advice provided by Gemini was ironically laughable. One of Google’s highlighted suggestions was to “open the rear cover and carefully remove the film,” which could be disastrous as exposing the film to light can ruin previously captured images.

It’s notable that this isn’t the first time Google has blundered during a public AI demonstration.

Last year, Google’s Bard claimed that the James Webb Space Telescope was the first to photograph exoplanets, which was incorrect.

This incident underscores the ongoing challenges and humorous mishaps in AI development, reminding us that even the most advanced systems can falter in unexpected ways.

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Google’s Gemini AI Fails Again in Video Search Demo

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