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#1 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted July 2 2024 - 9:11 PM

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Can you spot what's wrong? :lol: :

 

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#2 Offline kalimant - Posted July 3 2024 - 4:27 AM

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As far as I know there is no Linepithema humile in the state.


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#3 Offline bmb1bee - Posted July 3 2024 - 6:58 AM

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“Red velvet ants” aren’t ants, but rather wingless wasps.

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#4 Offline Serafine - Posted July 3 2024 - 7:28 AM

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Those australian Camponotus sure made a loooooooong swim.


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#5 Offline mbullock42086 - Posted July 3 2024 - 6:51 PM

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As far as I know there is no Linepithema humile in the state.

there are.  the problem is google's AI is actually just gleaning things from pages that have florida anywhere on it.  you could get results of species from florida canyon in az, etc  

honestly it seems like they are literally trying to dumb everyone down, the new search is totally worthless and results in misidentifications.  some of these could kill people.

id imagine some people foolish enough to trust the AI would probably eat a poisonous mushroom.


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#6 Offline kalimant - Posted July 4 2024 - 4:46 AM

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As far as I know there is no Linepithema humile in the state.

there are.  the problem is google's AI is actually just gleaning things from pages that have florida anywhere on it.  you could get results of species from florida canyon in az, etc  

honestly it seems like they are literally trying to dumb everyone down, the new search is totally worthless and results in misidentifications.  some of these could kill people.

id imagine some people foolish enough to trust the AI would probably eat a poisonous mushroom.

 

 

Interesting, thanks. I looked it up in The Ants of FL by Deyrup, and yes, L. humile is in there, but he mentions that some of its records are very old and are not thriving (he knew of 2 species in south florida, and it just disappeared after awhile)


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#7 Offline Serafine - Posted July 4 2024 - 6:09 AM

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As far as I know there is no Linepithema humile in the state.

there are.  the problem is google's AI is actually just gleaning things from pages that have florida anywhere on it.  you could get results of species from florida canyon in az, etc  

honestly it seems like they are literally trying to dumb everyone down, the new search is totally worthless and results in misidentifications.  some of these could kill people.

id imagine some people foolish enough to trust the AI would probably eat a poisonous mushroom.

 

 

Google's AI search is complete garbage. Here's a short highlight reel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


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#8 Offline The_Gaming-gate - Posted July 5 2024 - 2:59 PM

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That doesn’t seem wrong. As a Floridian, I see banded sugar ants each day. You guys who think Camponotus floridanus live here are wrong, not google.
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#9 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted July 5 2024 - 3:53 PM

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Oh wow, you guys noticed a looot more things than I did. I just saw that google identified red velvet ant as a species of ant and thought it was funny. 

 


 


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#10 Offline Serafine - Posted July 6 2024 - 2:53 AM

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https://en.wikipedia...anded_sugar_ant


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#11 Offline mbullock42086 - Posted July 9 2024 - 1:26 PM

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As far as I know there is no Linepithema humile in the state.

there are.  the problem is google's AI is actually just gleaning things from pages that have florida anywhere on it.  you could get results of species from florida canyon in az, etc  

honestly it seems like they are literally trying to dumb everyone down, the new search is totally worthless and results in misidentifications.  some of these could kill people.

id imagine some people foolish enough to trust the AI would probably eat a poisonous mushroom.

 

 

Google's AI search is complete garbage. Here's a short highlight reel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

"body control module" lmao wth



#12 Offline The_Gaming-gate - Posted July 17 2024 - 4:59 AM

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I guess yellow crazy ants are native to my state, I’m going to go release some in the Everglades now.

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