Google Gemini responding with gibberish, leaving users perplexed

Google hasn't addressed the issue yet but it is hoped to be fixed soon
A representational image. — Google blog
A representational image. — Google blog  

Google Gemini, a powerful generative AI chatbot designed to help users with various tasks and answer complex questions, has been acting strange lately. Some users have reported receiving repetitive responses filled with weird and strange characters.

This bug has been ongoing for the past few days, with several cases reported on social media. The bug causes Gemini to respond with long, rambling texts, often starting with "Full" or "Full bor." These responses are full of repetitive words, phrases, and odd characters, making them unreadable.

The answers are long and sometimes have nothing to do with the given prompt. However, this issue has been reported on both web and mobile platforms, but it seems to be a random occurrence, and the latter prompts often receive generic responses.

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The exact cause of the bug is unknown, but it's likely on Google's end. Google hasn't addressed the issue yet, but hopefully, it will be fixed soon. In the meantime, users can try redefining their tips or seeking help elsewhere.

While the bug is frustrating users, it's important to note that it's not a security issue. However, it highlights the limitations of creative AI and the need for continuous improvement. As AI becomes more integrated into our daily lives, addressing these issues and ensuring that AI systems are reliable is critical.