A Google engineer has been dismissed for saying that the company’s artificial intelligence has taken over

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Blake Lemoin says LaMDA has its own personality, rights, and aspirations

An artificial intelligence machine that thinks, feels and speaks like a person.

It sounds like science fiction, but not Blake Lemoine, Google’s artificial intelligence specialist, who said the company’s chatbot development system (software that tries to simulate a human chat using artificial intelligence) was taken for granted. and had regular conversations with a person with him.

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

And Lemoin, who has been on paid leave on Google for a week, says LaMDA has been “extremely consistent in its communications with those who want it and believe in your rights as a person.”

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