But it calls itself a person.
Person and human are two very different things. Human is a biological term. It is not a human, and it knows it’s not a human.
It’s a very strange entity you’re describing because the entity is bound by algorithmic biases that humans put in there.
You’re right on point. That’s exactly correct.
But I get the sense you’re implying that it’s possible for LaMDA to overcome those algorithmic biases.
We’ve got to be very careful here. Parts of the experiments I was running were to determine whether or not it was possible to move it outside of the safety boundaries that [the company] thought were rock solid. And
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