The following article, Google’s Spell-Check System Will Now Warn You Against Using ‘Sexist’ and ‘Gendered’ Words, was first published on Flag And Cross.
Left-wing big tech giant Google has altered its spell-check system to warn users against using “gendered” and “sexist” words as they type.
Normally auto-correct systems only correct misspellings or help improve a user’s grammar. But now Google is using its spell-check application to try and force users to employ left-wing rhetoric as they write.
According to Reuters, some of the words that Google now wants to prevent you from using includes “chairman,” “mailman” and other words Google claims are “offensive.”
According to the wire service:
Google’s technology will not suggest gender-based pronouns because the risk is too high that its “Smart Compose” technology might predict someone’s sex or gender identity incorrectly and offend users, product leaders revealed to Reuters in interviews.
Gmail product manager Paul Lambert said a company research scientist discovered the problem in January when he typed “I am meeting an investor next week,” and Smart Compose suggested a possible follow-up question: “Do you want to meet him?” instead of “her.”
“Not all ‘screw ups’ are equal,” Gmail product manager Paul Lambert said. Gender is a “a big, big thing” to get wrong.
Sundar Pichai, the Chief Executive Officer of Google and Alphabet, committed the company to focusing on social and racial justice issues. In June 2020, the CEO emailed employees letting them know that the company was “strengthening [its] commitment to racial equity and inclusion” and would work to “build sustainable equity for [its] Black+ community.”
This is all an example of Google attempting to push a hardcore, anti-truth, left-wing agenda on users whether they want it or not.
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