Sensitivity in AI: Views of a fired Google engineer on Microsoft’s Chatbot Wreck

Microsoft’s chatbot is like watching a train wreck in real-time, according to the fired Google engineer.

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Blake Lemoine, a former Google employee, was fired last summer after violating its confidentiality policy. He published transcripts from several conversations with LaMDA, a large language model that he created for the company and which forms the artificial intelligence core of Google’s new search engine assistant Bard.

Lemoine, at the Washington Post, said that LaMDA was like \”a 7 or 8-year old kid who happens to be good with physics.\” He also believed that the technology had sentience, and urged Google to treat it as if it were a \”sweet child who wants to make the world a better place for us all.\”