Google – Artificial intelligence: an engineer claims that an AI program has a personality, rights and wills


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Blake Lemoine assures that LaMDA has a personality, rights and wishes.

An artificial intelligence machine that comes to life, thinks, feels and converses like a person.

It sounds like science fiction, but not for Blake Lemoine, an artificial intelligence specialist, who assures that the system Google has to build chatbots (a computer program configured to perform a specific task) has “came to life and had typical one-person conversations with him.

LaMDA, (Language Model for Dialogue Applications) is a Google system that mimics speech after processing billions of words on the Internet.

And Lemoine says LaMDA “has been incredibly consistent in his communications about what he wants and thinks are his rights as a person.”

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