Is "AI" making this mistake? Who's checking the information?

Take a close look at this image.

Question: Who's checking whether (not weather here!) the information presented is correct?

What's wrong with this picture? How long did it take you to scrutinize the page?

Answer:
1- The forecast is saying (green italic type) that it is nearly the same as yesterday. Look below and you see yesterday's high temp of 92.7 (red type). Now look to the left for today's high and it says 83. That is not "nearly the same" as yesterday!

There's more. Upon closer inspection I notice it says elevation 335ft. That's not right either for the coordinates listed.

Now I realize it is only weather and the mild SF Bay Area Sunday morning but where else are these mistakes happening. In places where the weather might be dangerous and people are relying on the information for their safety. How many stories have we read about where people are driving on sidewalks because of a mapping service? There was one this year in ???? where a car drove onto train tracks.

Back to the original statement - and the point here - don't take the information presented as granted. Take a close look at this or any image or statement then think and then ask yourself is that correct?