Now Google Is Matriarchal Biased

Feb 10, 2010 • 8:59 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine

I just love it when people make assumptions about political, race and other forms of bias and negativity based on the Google search results. We had political bias examples, race examples, a bit of both and so many examples of either Google search results or search suggestions implying a bias on Google's part.

Next up, Google is now being matriarchal biased. How so? A Google Web Search Help thread has one person who is feeling hurt by a search result. One guy said:

I just typed in "slavery and fatherhood" in Google, looking for a book of that name. On the page it says, "did you mean slavery and motherhood?" When I put in "slavery and motherhood" it doesn't ask "did you mean slavery and fatherhood.". Why is that?

It is true, give it a try with [slavery and fatherhood]:

Google Matriarchal Bias

I personally find this funny - which is why I bring it to your attention.

Forum discussion at Google Web Search Help.

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