Google Claims To Have Fired A Software Engineer For Making The Claim That Their AI Chatbot Is Intelligent!

Google Claims to Have Fired a Software Engineer for Making the Claim that Their Ai Chatbot Is Intelligent.

Google, a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., announced on Friday that it had fired a senior software developer who had asserted that LaMDA, the company’s AI chatbot, had a sense of self.

Blake Lemoine, a software engineer, was put on leave last month by Google, which stated he had broken company rules and that it had found his assertions on LaMDA to be “wholly baseless.”

Blake continued to consistently breach explicit employment and data security regulations, including the requirement to protect product information, despite extended discussion on the subject, a Google representative said in an email to Reuters.

Google Claims to Have Fired a Software Engineer for Making the Claim that Their Ai Chatbot Is Intelligent.

The company’s research demonstrating that Transformer-based language models trained on dialogue could learn to converse about virtually anything was the foundation for LaMDA, or Language Model for Dialogue Applications, according to Google’s statement from last year.

Lemoine’s ideas were quickly brushed aside as misguided by Google and many other top scientists, who said that LaMDA is just a sophisticated computer made to produce believable human language.

Google Claims to Have Fired a Software Engineer for Making the Claim that Their Ai Chatbot Is Intelligent.

Big Technology, a newsletter on technology and society, was the first to report on Lemoine’s firing.

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