How LaMDA works, Google’s artificial brain ‘accused’ by an engineer of having a conscience of its own

  • Alicia Hernández @por_puesto
  • BBC News World

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LaMDA is an artificial brain housed in the cloud. His feed is made up of millions of texts and he trains himself

A thinking and conscious machine. That’s how Google engineer Blake Lemoine defined LaMDA — Google’s artificial intelligence system.

Lemoine was removed from his duties by the company.

“Our team — which includes ethics and technology experts — has reviewed Blake’s concerns in line with our AI Principles and informed him that the evidence does not support his claims,” ​​Brian Gabriel, a Google spokesperson, said in a statement.

But how does this machine work?

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