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Racist Algorithm: Chimp Appears When Searching Google for ‘Black Person Scrolling Instagram’

Google has yet to comment on the racist search results.

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A tipster informed Big League Politics that the viral video of a chimp appearing to scroll through an Instagram feed is the top result when users search “black person scrolling Instagram” on the popular search engine, and two Big League Politics journalists independently confirmed the findings.

While the left loves to find racism under every rock, it appears Big League Politics may have found an actual example of racism. A reader informed us that when searching for “black person scrolling Instagram,” the viral video of a chimp appearing to scroll through an Instagram feed using a smartphone was the top result.

Two Big League Politics colleagues, this journalist based in the Midwest, and another based on the East Coast, independently confirmed these findings.

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Big League Politics recorded the search using screen recording software so it could be preserved for posterity.

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The recorded search results can be seen here:

[bc_video video_id=”6030399234001″ account_id=”5766826440001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” ]

It was replicated on other computers as well:

Racist Algorithm Black Person Scrolling Instagram

It was also replicated using a smartphone:

Racist Algorithm Black Person Scrolling Instagram

 

It is unknown how Google’s algorithm made this racist mistake, but in 2018 Google admitted that it “fixed” part of its algorithm that mistakenly identified black people as “gorillas.”

The Verge reported:

Back in 2015, software engineer Jacky Alciné pointed out that the image recognition algorithms in Google Photos were classifying his black friends as “gorillas.” Google said it was “appalled” at the mistake, apologized to Alciné, and promised to fix the problem. But, as a new report from Wired shows, nearly three years on and Google hasn’t really fixed anything. The company has simply blocked its image recognition algorithms from identifying gorillas altogether — preferring, presumably, to limit the service rather than risk another miscategorization.

Apparently Google’s attempt to solve this issue was unsuccessful, or at least partly.

The platform also blamed an algorithmic game of chance for the reason President Donald J. Trump is often shown in embarrassing or unflattering photos when users utilize the search engine’s “Image Search” to find photos of the president when speaking to Congress late last year.

Regardless of the cause of the overtly racist search engine results, Big League Politics hopes Google will work quickly to fix this issue.

Big League Politics sent an inquiry to Google about these results. A representative replied that

“This is a very rare query and combination of words (“Instagram”, “person”, “scrolling”), and there is a lack of relevant content on the web that matches this query. Similar results appear in video search for the query ‘white person scrolling Instagram’. We apologize for any concern this may have caused, and we will continue to improve our systems to return the most relevant results possible.”

This response would seem to generate more questions than answers: Why would Google include search results including animals, specifically a chimp, when users are clearly search for “people”? It seems as though one of these words must have triggered the search engine to display the results, and the key words used to obtain the results would seem to indicate the pertinent words were “black”, “Instagram”, and “scrolling”.

We have reached out to Google for additional clarification.

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Twitter Censors President Trump’s Tweet about Restoring Law and Order in the Minneapolis Streets

Big Brother wants the riots to continue.

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Twitter is censoring a post from President Donald Trump on their platform warning that individuals in the streets of Minneapolis, Minn. who loot property will be shot.

“This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about glorifying violence. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible,” the platform claims.

“These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen. Just spoke to Governor Tim Walz and told him that the Military is with him all the way. Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts. Thank you!” Trump’s censored tweet reads.

The post is also censored on the official Twitter page of the White House:

Meanwhile, Twitter is allowing Islamic dictators to spread anti-Semitic messages on their platform.

After days of rioting and looting in Minneapolis, the violence is spreading across the country.

In Columbus, Oh., rioters have descended upon the state Capitol:

According to the Columbus Dispatch, 300 protesters blocked the intersections and there was a heavy police presence in downtown Columbus.

The protests were originally calm, but became disorderly late on the night of March 28, according to reports. WCMH Channel 4 reporter Eric Halperin reported that protesters started smashing windows at the Statehouse downtown and some were able to break inside the building. Halperin reported that law enforcement moved in to protect the Statehouse.

Rioters threw plastic bottles and other small objects at police officers earlier in the evening. Throughout the demonstration, protesters chanted “Black lives matter” and “Say his name”, referring to Floyd. The demonstrators also chanted “I can’t breathe,” which was a reference to Eric Garner’s death in New York back in 2014.

Seven people were shot in Louisville, Ky. as rioters targeted a police car due to their anti-civilizational rage:

Seven people were shot at an anti-police protest in Louisville, Kentucky, on Thursday night, just moments after riotous protestors were seen trying to flip over a police transport vehicle.

A sizable crowd of protestors were trying to flip over what looks to be a police detention car.

Remarkably, the local news reporter covering the raucous event describes the protest as “peacefully” as protestors clearly endanger others in their vicinity, those in the vehicle, and themselves by aggressively shaking a sizable police detention vehicle. The paddy wagon could have easily crushed someone inside or outside if it were toppled on its side.

As of early Friday morning, it’s still unclear who fired the shots during the scrum, with several Louisville police officers claiming that their weapons were unfired. At least one of the individuals who was shot is reported to be in critical condition, and the crowd quickly dispersed shortly after shots were fired.

The scenes from Minneapolis look like something out of a third-world sh*thole like Somalia:

Which, of course, has made Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and her daughter very happy:

President Trump is showing why he was elected as the law-and-order candidate, as he attempts to put down these riots that are causing senseless property destruction while the far-left cheers them on.

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