In October last year, search engine Google introduced Indian actress Anushka Sharma as the wife of Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan. Due to a glitch in the Internet search engine algorithm, Google had offered Anushka Sharma, the wife of Indian cricketer Virat Kohli, as the wife of unmarried Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan.
And recently Google made Pakistani superstar Mahira Khan the mother of actress Zara Noor Abbas. This mistake is probably due to Google's algorithm that Zara was presenting Mahira Khan as her mother in the Wikipedia section when the search page was opened after searching for Abbas's name.
However, if the Wikipedia page is opened, there is no mention of Mahira Khan in it and similarly, if the name of Zara Noor Abbas's mother was searched on Google, Mahira Khan's name was written. This mistake was later corrected by Google and instead of Zara Noor Abbas's mother, the name of her real mother Asma Abbas is appearing.
Keep in mind that Google and Wikipedia are very popular because of their authentic information. However, websites like Wikipedia are updated by volunteers around the world where some people try to convey accurate facts, while other trolls try to convey fake details to people. In a short span of time, Google and Wikipedia have made headlines for three such incidents, which suggest that both now need to upgrade their systems in this regard.