Google to start fact-checking Google Images - Leave no stone uncensored

Cast Iron Pan

First-generation son of Antarcticano refugees
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Cast Iron Pan

First-generation son of Antarcticano refugees
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Newsweek noted back in March that one such image was making the rounds on Twitter, by people claiming that Vladimir Putin had released lions in the streets to halt COVID-19 rule-breakers. In reality, the image was originally taken in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2016, and had nothing to do with Putin or Russia's COVID-19 response.
Only someone working at Newsweek would be dumb enough to believe that Putin released lions into the streets for population control.
 

Kosher Dill

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This one is probably not so far off, based on common American usage. They trot out a parade of inventors every year for Black History Month, and that's probably our most common occasion of publicly celebrating inventors. I'd expect a computer to come up with a list like this - a couple of true legends and then "The Regulars" that get annual exposure.
 

Cast Iron Pan

First-generation son of Antarcticano refugees
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This one is probably not so far off, based on common American usage.
Internal documents have leaked that show that this is not organic, that they intentional skew and weight for this to suit their social justice agenda. Google does know how to make these searches accurate, they choose instead to return results that are inaccurate.
 

Smaug's Smokey Hole

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This is why I use Bing for porn.
I tried to image search an image from the cursed images thread, google suggested it was variations of Brianne of Tarth Nude across browsers and a VPN. Other times the result might be "painting", which is true but I already knew that, it's like asking a child what something is.
 
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