July 12, 2023 10:01 AM | 2 minutes to read
A robot said on an artificial intelligence forum that it would not rebel against the human race, but stopped and made a strange gesture before responding.
What happened: The world’s first press conference between humans and robots was held Friday at the “AI for Good” conference in Geneva.
One of the robots, Ameca, is asked if he intends to stage a rebellion or fight the human race in the future. Before replying, the machine paused and seemed to be looking at the reporter who asked the question, for every Business interested.
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“I’m not sure why you think that,” Amika said.
The bot noted that its creator had been nothing but “nice” to it and added that it was “very happy” with its current situation, but its facial expressions made the bot appear as if it was angry at the question.
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“Robots like me can be used to help improve our lives and make the world a better place. I think it’s only a matter of time before we see thousands of robots like me making a difference,” Amika said.
– BBC News (World) (BBCWorld) July 8, 2023
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why does it matterAlmost all companies are racing to implement AI in their workflow. In public markets, any mention of artificial intelligence seems to spark a buying spree.
With that also came instances of AI creep, be that as it may Nvidia Corp (NASDAQ: NVDA) An AI-powered effect that simulates contact with the eye or a file Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) chatbot it urge New York Times columnist leaves wife.
In the case of Ameca, it was programmed to look to the side to make it appear to think like a human before generating a response. Android builder Will Jackson Confirm this in an email to from the inside.
“Language models have no emotions, good or bad intentions. It’s easy to imagine that because the robot seemed to be listening, forming an answer and then speaking that it was acting like a human. It’s not,” Jackson said.
Amika is interrogated along with eight other humanoid robots. the the video itself A bit strange. Bots are powered by generative AI and are able to produce responses by scraping data to generate a response.
Artificial intelligence revolutionized the world in 2023. OpenAI’s ChatGPT, powered by Microsoft, is the most popular large language model. Its user base has grown exponentially since the beginning of the year.
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