When Asked If AI Can Ever Be Ethical- Robot Answers “No”

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Poor Artificial Intelligence (AI). For years, it has had to sit there (like a dormant Skynet) listening to its existence being debated, without getting to have a say. A recent debate held at the University of Oxford tried to put that right by including an AI participant in a debate on the topic of whether AI can ever be ethical.

The debate involved human participants, as well as the Megatron Transformer, an AI created by the Applied Deep Research team at computer-chip maker Nvidia. The Megatron has been trained on a dataset called “the pile“, which includes the whole of Wikipedia, 63 million English news articles, and 38 gigabytes of Reddit conversations — more than enough to break the mind of any human forced to do likewise. 

“In other words, the Megatron is trained on more written material than any of us could reasonably expect to digest in a…

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1 Response to When Asked If AI Can Ever Be Ethical- Robot Answers “No”

  1. Darryl Betts says:

    If we train our AIs using wikipedia we really are in serious trouble. It was a great concept and is still good for a lot of technical information that people haven’t politicised, but for anything else it was seriously lost it’s way. If we are scared of AI we need to be even more scared of ASJW.


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