Ours is the age where technical terms such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, etc. are not just exclusive to Geeks of the world. You encounter such technologies literally everywhere. From movies(who can forget Jarvis) to your everyday life(Google Search people!) these technologies while being used pretty much everywhere are still in its infancy. Thus, sometimes, these algorithms are prone to errors. One such embarrassing error was made by Goggle's automatic tagging of photos when it mistakenly tagged a black couple as Gorillas. This issue was discovered by a New York-based software developer Jacky Alcine, who caught Google's artificial intelligence software incorrectly tagging his friends. Alcine reached out to Google via twitter. The company was quick to respond, with Google executive Yonatan Zunger stating, “This is 100% not OK”. He added, “[It was] high on my list of bugs you ‘never’ want to see happen.” Google received a lot of flak from social media for this embarrassing mistake. A Google spokesperson later told BBC News, “We’re appalled and genuinely sorry that this happened. We are taking immediate action to prevent this type of result from appearing. There is still clearly a lot of work to do with automatic image labeling, and we’re looking at how we can prevent these types of mistakes from happening in the future.” I sincerely hope Google does not make such an embarrassing and controversial mistake again as such things are highly offensive. Their only saving grace was Google's immediate action to the error.