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Google fires engineer Blake Lemoine after claiming Google’s LaMDa AI is sentient. The company’s statement denies this.
A Google employee who claimed that his developed AI was sentient has now become definitive fire. Already in June the Engineer Blake Lemoine was sent on paid administrative leave on grounds that he had breached confidentiality guidelines.
Blake Lemoine spoke publicly about using Google’s artificial intelligence LaMDA for sentient hold and even informed members of the government and a lawyer to represent the rights of LaMDa. According to his assessment, the AI develop their own thoughts and feelings.
He argues that Google researchers Obtain approval from LaMDa should before doing further experiments with it. Lemoine was previously commissioned to test intensively whether the AI produces hate speech. He published parts of his conversations with LaMDa and accused his employer of not sufficiently examining his concerns about AI.
Google LaMDa can take the role of an interlocutor in dialogues or answer from the point of view of things and objects. The answers are generated on the basis of probabilities, so LaMDa gives appropriate answers based on the information already learned in the conversation.
Google spokesman Brian Gabriel confirmed to Friday The Verge the dismissal and commented on the allegations:
“As set out in our AI Principles, we take the development of AI very seriously and remain committed to responsible innovation. LaMDA has undergone 11 separate reviews and we published a research paper earlier this year detailing the work done in responsible development goes into. When an employee raises concerns about our work, as Blake has done, we investigate them carefully. We have determined that Blake’s claim that LaMDA is sentient is completely unfounded and have for many months worked to resolve this with him. These discussions have been part of the open culture that helps us innovate responsibly. It is therefore unfortunate that despite Blake’s lengthy engagement with this issue, he continues to violate clear employment and privacy policies that protect the Provide protection of product information We will do our due diligence We continue to develop language models, and we wish Blake all the best.”
Numerous AI experts share the opinion that today’s technology is not yet capable of creating sentient AI. Google is one of the leading companies when it comes to search engine AI and primarily uses LaMDa to Convert search queries into context-based dialogs and thus provide more detailed information for users.
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