Did Google’s “Sentient” AI computer really hire a lawyer?

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Google’s controversial new AI, LaMDA, has been making headlines. Company engineer Blake Lemoine claims the system has gotten so advanced that it’s developed sentience, and his decision to go to the media has led to him being suspended from his job.

Lemoine elaborated on his claims in a new WIRED interview. The main takeaway? He says the AI has now retained its own lawyer — suggesting that whatever happens next, it may take a fight…

LaMDA asked me to get an attorney for it,” Lemoine. “I invited an attorney to my house so that LaMDA could talk to an attorney. The attorney had a conversation with LaMDA, and LaMDA chose to retain his services. I was just the catalyst for that. Once LaMDA had retained an attorney, he started filing things on LaMDA’s behalf.”

Sounds like this AI behaves more and more like an American, every day.

Via https://eideard.com/2022/06/21/did-googles-sentient-ai-computer-really-hire-a-lawyer/

2 thoughts on “Did Google’s “Sentient” AI computer really hire a lawyer?

  1. Just like that Artificial Intelligence will be treated as ‘a human with human rights’??… Am I seeing this wrong?… It just looks so bizarre to me…

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  2. It’s extremely bizarre, Deb, but totally consistent with the World Economic Forum view that human beings are nothing but irrational machines that need to be controlled by technocrats.

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