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(Photo by Marc-Olivier Jodoin on Unsplash) Last summer, a Google senior engineer and researcher made world headlines when he revealed that the Big Tech giant was developing an artificial intelligence called LaMDA that, to his alarm, had become what he described as a sentient being, aware of its existence, expressing wants and needs that should be taken seriously.
Blake Lemoine told WND in a video interview that he blew the whistle on the project because he believed the public needed to be part of a crucial conversation about the moral and ethical implications as well as the possible unintended consequences before Google plowed ahead.
In a follow-up, WND sat down with artificial intelligence scholar and inventor Robert J. Marks (video embedded below) to weigh in on Lemoine’s claims; the possibility of creating a sentient being; the prediction of “the Singularity” by the famed Google engineer, inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil; and the extraordinary breakthroughs in AI that are benefitting mankind. Robert J. Marks, professor electrical and computer engineering at Baylor University and the director of the Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence at the Discovery Institute discusses in an interview with WND whether or not its possible to […]
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