The Google engineer who sees company's AI as 'sentient' thinks a chatbot has a soul

The Google engineer who sees company's AI as 'sentient' thinks a chatbot has a soul


Publication Title
NPR
Publication/Creation Date
June 16 2022
Creators/Contributors
Bobby Allyn (creator)
Google Inc. (contributor)
Blake Lemoine (contributor)
Gary Marcus (contributor)
Margaret Mitchell (contributor)
Timnit Gebru (contributor)
Brian Gabriel (contributor)
Sundar Pichai (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
"Can artificial intelligence come alive? That question is at the center of a debate raging in Silicon Valley after a Google computer scientist claimed over the weekend that the company's AI appears to have consciousness."
HCI Platform
Other
Marketing Keywords
Google, Google LaMDA
Source
https://www.npr.org/2022/06/16/1105552435/google-ai-sentient

Date archived
July 4 2022
Last edited
July 4 2022
How to cite this entry
Bobby Allyn. (June 16 2022). "The Google engineer who sees company's AI as 'sentient' thinks a chatbot has a soul". NPR. National Public Radio (NPR). Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/5816