And you might be surprised to know that Alphabet Inc's Google, which claimed the company's artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot LaMDA was a self-aware person, said on Friday it.
Had fired a senior software engineer. Google, which placed software engineer Blake Lemoine on leave last month, said he violated company policies and found his claims against LaMDA to.
be "totally unfounded." "It's unfortunate that despite long-standing engagement on this topic, Black still chose to continue to violate clear employment and data security policies that.
Require protection of product information," a Google spokesperson told Reuters in a statement. said in the email. Last year, Google said that LaMDA — a language model for dialog applications.
Built on the company's research showing that Transformer-based language models trained on dialog can talk about basically anything. can learn Google.
and many leading scientists quickly dismissed Lemoine's ideas as misguided, saying that LaMDA was simply a complex algorithm designed to produce convincing human language.
Lemoine has been fired. His dismissal was first reported by Big Technology, a tech and society newsletter.