At one point or another, we have all ended up being embarrassed thanks to the autocorrect feature on our smartphones. In a somewhat similar situation, a Google executive encountered a problem in Gmail’s “Smart Compose” feature when it suggested a strange follow-up question. The executive took a note of it and after much deliberations, the company decided to bring some changes to the feature - block gender-based pronouns.
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