Citation record for Incident 16
Suggested citation formatAnonymous. (2015-06-03) Incident Number 16. in McGregor, S. (ed.) Artificial Intelligence Incident Database. Partnership on AI. Retrieved on March 6, 2021 from incidentdatabase.ai/cite/16.
- 2018-01-11When It Comes to Gorillas, Google Photos Remains Blind
- 2015-07-01Google Photos app tags black Jacky Alcine and friend as GORILLAS
- 2015-07-02Google Photos Tags Two African-Americans As Gorillas Through Facial Recognition Software
- 2015-07-02Google apologizes after app mistakenly labels black people 'gorillas'
- 2015-07-01Google Photos tags black people as 'gorillas', puts pictures in special folder
- 2015-09-30Why Google 'Thought' This Black Woman Was a Gorilla
- 2015-07-02Google Mistakenly Tags Black People as ‘Gorillas,’ Showing Limits of Algorithms
- 2015-07-01Google Photos identified black people as 'gorillas,' but racist software isn't new
- 2015-07-02Google rushes to fix software that served up racial slur
- 2015-07-01Google apologises for Photos app's racist blunder
- 2015-07-03Google Apologizes For Tagging Photos Of Black People As ‘Gorillas'
- 2009-04-16The Amazon affair
- 2018-01-12Google Removed Gorillas From Search to Fix Racist Algorithm
- 2018-01-16Google has ‘fixed’ its algorithm that categorised people as 'Gorillas' with a not so elegant solution
- 2015-07-02Google apologizes for mis-tagging photos of African Americans
- 2018-01-11Google Photos Still Has a Problem with Gorillas
- 2018-01-12Two years later, Google solves 'racist algorithm' problem by purging 'gorilla' label from image classifier
- 2015-07-02Google Photo App Labels Black Couple 'Gorillas'
- 2015-07-02Google Photos Mistakenly Labels Black People ‘Gorillas’
- 2015-07-01Google Photos labels black people as 'gorillas'
- 2018-01-13Google's solution to accidental algorithmic racism: ban gorillas
- 2015-07-02Google Photos labeled black people 'gorillas'
- 2015-07-01Google Photos identified two black people as 'gorillas'
- 2015-07-01Google says sorry for racist auto-tag in photo app