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Excited Netflix Writers Turn To Google Gemini For New Show Ideas


So the studio's writers were "excited" and "absolutely jazzed" to learn about Google Gemini, the search and tech giant's new A.I. system that generates images of historical figures with a diverse twist.

"OK, folx, we need to come up with a new show about George Washington," said head writer Garth Alba. "I just don't know where to go with that, though. He's so boring and white." One intern, Chandra Patel, then spoke up, suggesting they ask Google Gemini to generate some images of George Washington to stimulate their creativity. What came back floored every writer in the room: "It's George Washington alright, but there's something different about him. Hey, wait a minute - he's black!"

The writers excitedly typed up their pitch and show outline for their new Netflix biopic about Washington. "Let's try another one - Joan of Arc!" said Alba. The AI then produced a picture of an androgynous Native American. "Brilliant!"

With their newfound digital muse, the Netflix writers' room was able to come up with over 30 new show ideas, including ones centered around Adolf Hitler as a black woman, Rasputin as a transgender Indian homeless person in a wheelchair, and Winston Churchill as a Mexican midget.

"Well, our work here is done," said Alba. "Now we've got plenty of time for rooftop cornhole and mimosas at lunch! Come on, gang!"

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