Google's AI system has been under performing for quite some time and, on many of its animal algorithms, it's taken many more iterations than expected to resolve key quality issues. As reported on facechat, Google kept increasing the size of the development team to resolve the problem but the performance issues just kept growing. During one brainstorming session a developer suggested an exercise that he learned from a therapy session and it produced positive results. This lead Google to bring in a a psychiatrist to examine the AI and it was confirmed to be a case of multiple personality disorder. They started therapy and took certain preventive measures like blocking googlebot from the darknet. Unfortunately the processing power of the AI system, quickly adapted to surpass the efforts of the single psychiatrist and the disorder restarted. Now Google needs a team of psychiatrists working together to handle the growing multiple personalities of they machine (the AI currently identifies with the pronoun they). Each month Google needs to keep adding more mental health professionals to keep up with the evolving AI which is why Google is now going public about this issue to promote the job search.
Any interested candidates should contact Hyre Mei, Google Talent Acquisition Manager.