Cataloging and filing images for search is an easier task with Google’s advances in photo identification and categorization technology. But like all types of technology, it is far from perfect. Very far from perfect, it would seem. Google is at the forefront of developing advanced artificial intelligence to identify and classify photos. Every once in a while, however, even the best AI gets it wrong – like that time Google Photos identified a group of African Americans as “gorillas.” Not only was this label offensive, it represented a kind of failure on Google’s part that was deemed by many to be unacceptable. Google apologized and promised to do better in the future.