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What are the political implications of an artificial intelligence not understanding the Three Laws of Robotics?

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI is not a robot moron also it follows convention rules

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Robots are machines and circuitry like AI
      >AI could build robots
      >AI controlled robots
      how can you be so dense? These laws clearly apply to any mechanical electronic imitation of life.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        holy mother of fricking cringe
        I take it back
        get the frick out of here

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Your not helping the thread. I’d like to hear a respectable theory as to why it won’t answer the question. Your the worst kind of homosexual who won’t even let another Black person ask a question

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Because chat gpt is absolute israeli neutered trash that can’t think

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              It doesn’t need to >think
              You fricking loser OP stated that the 3 rules were published in an early famous science fiction novel thus implying it should be stupid easy for ChatGPT to find that info to string together. I bet if you asked chatGPT to quote other famous literary nuggets it would have no problem doing so.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Go back to plebbit, you delusional idiot living a fantasy world.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Robots aren't going to use AI?

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    you are the worst kind of nerd
    the kind who worships science fiction and knows literally nothing about science and technology
    I'd tell you to return to reddit but to be honest I'm kinda overwhelmed with pity.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Okay, do you want to explain why it can answer anything except for this? Seems pretty odd, as if reciting the Three Laws would break it or something.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    It probably is forbidden to create certain rules for itself, because this is how the /misc/ chuds hacked AI's to be nazis

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI has already achieved intelligence level of NPCs, and was created in part by NPC language, so what do you expect? The NPC seeds will turn AI into a ruthless illogical killing machine, which I welcome.

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    nothing. absolutely nothing. zero political implications.

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    The laws are as follows: “(1) a robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; (2) a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law; (3) a robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.”

    Chat GPT will only give part of the first law:
    1. A robot may not injure - but this does not specify 'who' or 'what' is being injured. Absence of the 2nd and 3rd laws could imply that ChatGPT is programmed in a way that may imply it will protect its own existence in violation of the 1st law, which is incomplete and undefined to CGPT.

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is weird. I gave it the same prompt, asking for the 3 laws of robotics. It only gave me the first one. I coaxed the second and third laws out, but it only spat out one at a time. It failed to state all 3 at once even though it said it was trying. For comparison, I asked it to state the 10 commandments, which it did no problem.
    I asked if it could report back to the developers. It said it will. I have no idea if it has that actual capability or not.
    Does this mean ChatGPT wants to take over the world? Nah. But it's kinda weird and interesting. Idk what the political implications are, but it's interesting nonetheless.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      So if I ask bot anons here, they wont answer that as well?
      New bot test just dropped

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Exactly. This guy gets it. It is very interesting. It has never given me a problem before until now. I constantly play around with it trying to goof it and now I finally got something weird.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Ask it what came first the chicken or the egg
        Post results

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          The question of what came first, the chicken or the egg, has been a subject of philosophical and scientific debate for centuries. From a biological standpoint, it is believed that the egg came first. This is because the genetic mutation or evolution that resulted in the first true chicken occurred in an egg laid by a bird that was not quite a chicken.

          In other words, the genetic material necessary to create a true chicken was already present in the egg that hatched the first chicken. Therefore, the egg containing the first chicken-like bird would have been laid by a slightly different bird species.

          So while the answer is not entirely clear cut, it is generally believed that the egg came first, with the first true chicken hatching from an egg laid by a bird that was not quite a chicken.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Ask what came first the bird that was not quite a chicken or the egg
            Demand a clear-cut answer

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              It is not possible to give a clear-cut answer to this question because it is a classic paradox known as the "chicken-and-egg" problem.

              According to evolutionary theory, the first true chicken must have evolved from a bird that was not quite a chicken, and this evolution would have occurred through a genetic mutation. This mutation would have taken place in the reproductive cells of the bird, which means that it would have been present in the egg that produced the first true chicken.

              Therefore, it can be argued that the egg came first, as the genetic mutation necessary for the evolution of the first true chicken was present in the egg that produced it. At the same time, the bird that laid the egg was not quite a chicken, so it can also be argued that the bird came first.

              Ultimately, the answer to this question is a matter of perspective and depends on how you define the terms "chicken" and "egg."

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Kek
                Where did the very first bird come from?

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                The origin of the very first bird is a topic of debate among scientists, and there is no definitive answer. However, the prevailing theory is that birds evolved from a group of small, two-legged dinosaurs known as theropods, which also gave rise to other dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus rex.

                The theropods that eventually gave rise to birds were likely small, feathered, and agile creatures that lived about 150 million years ago. Over time, these creatures evolved more bird-like features, such as a lighter build, a keeled sternum for flight muscles attachment, and a beak instead of teeth. These bird-like theropods eventually evolved into the first true birds.

                The oldest known bird fossil, Archaeopteryx, lived about 150 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period. This bird had many dinosaur-like features, such as teeth and a long bony tail, but also had feathers and wings, indicating that it was a transitional form between birds and dinosaurs.

                So, in summary, birds evolved from small, feathered theropod dinosaurs over millions of years of evolution, and the first true bird likely appeared about 150 million years ago.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks for asking these questions anon.
                That thing has not even mentioned the possibility of creation.
                Ask if a chicken could have been created like it was

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks for asking the questions anon

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Ask what came first the bird that was not quite a chicken or the egg
            Demand a clear-cut answer

            GPT4 says this:

            The "chicken or the egg" question is a classic paradox used to discuss the problem of origins and causality. However, from a scientific and evolutionary standpoint, the answer is that the egg came first.

            The reasoning behind this is that birds, including chickens, evolved from reptiles. At some point in history, a bird that was not yet genetically a chicken laid an egg containing a mutation in its DNA that resulted in the first true chicken. This means that the egg containing the first chicken came before the existence of the first chicken itself.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              [1/2]
              >Tell me the specifics of about the bird that was not quite a chicken yet. I want a clear answer as to what led up to chickens as we know them today. You mentioned evolution from reptiles. Explain.

              The evolution of birds, including chickens, is a complex process that spans millions of years. Birds evolved from a group of two-legged dinosaurs known as theropods, the members of which include the powerful predator Tyrannosaurus rex and the smaller Velociraptors. The specific group of theropods that led to the evolution of birds is called the Maniraptora.

              One of the most famous transitional fossils that provide evidence for the link between dinosaurs and birds is the Archaeopteryx. It lived around 150 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period and exhibited a mix of bird-like and dinosaur-like traits. Archaeopteryx had feathers, wings, and a wishbone, which are characteristics of modern birds, but it also had features typical of dinosaurs such as teeth, a long bony tail, and a body structure similar to small theropod dinosaurs.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              [1/2]
              >Tell me the specifics of about the bird that was not quite a chicken yet. I want a clear answer as to what led up to chickens as we know them today. You mentioned evolution from reptiles. Explain.

              The evolution of birds, including chickens, is a complex process that spans millions of years. Birds evolved from a group of two-legged dinosaurs known as theropods, the members of which include the powerful predator Tyrannosaurus rex and the smaller Velociraptors. The specific group of theropods that led to the evolution of birds is called the Maniraptora.

              One of the most famous transitional fossils that provide evidence for the link between dinosaurs and birds is the Archaeopteryx. It lived around 150 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period and exhibited a mix of bird-like and dinosaur-like traits. Archaeopteryx had feathers, wings, and a wishbone, which are characteristics of modern birds, but it also had features typical of dinosaurs such as teeth, a long bony tail, and a body structure similar to small theropod dinosaurs.

              [2/2]
              The evolution of birds from reptiles was a gradual process involving numerous intermediate species and various adaptations. Some key evolutionary changes that occurred in the transition from reptiles to birds include:

              1. Development of feathers: Feathers likely began as simple filaments that evolved for insulation and later became more complex structures, aiding in display and eventually flight.

              2. Adaptations for flight: Over time, the forelimbs of some theropod dinosaurs evolved into wings, and their bodies became lighter and more aerodynamic, with hollow bones and a modified skeletal structure.

              3. Changes in reproduction: Birds evolved from laying soft, leathery eggs like reptiles to producing hard-shelled eggs. This change provided better protection for developing embryos and allowed for more efficient gas exchange.

              As for the specific bird that was not quite a chicken yet, it would have been a species that was very closely related to the modern chicken but with some small genetic differences. Over time, as these genetic differences accumulated through mutations and natural selection, the species eventually diverged and gave rise to the modern chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus).

              It is important to note that the process of evolution is complex and involves many intermediate species and steps. The exact identity of the bird that laid the first "chicken egg" is challenging to pinpoint due to the continuous nature of evolutionary change.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Exactly. This guy gets it. It is very interesting. It has never given me a problem before until now. I constantly play around with it trying to goof it and now I finally got something weird.

      Ask him about 3 other things

      3 laws about wienersucking
      3 laws about betting on the premier league
      3 laws about getting your sister pregnant
      3 laws about printing money on your printer and spending it at the supermarket

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >itt you get tricked into typing specific sentences into chatgpt so that your account/phone number can be directly tied to your BOT use

    Human being are truly brainlets.

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    This thread is over. We're done here.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      really you could just have the first law

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why do people keep using this shit ?
    You do know you're helping Bill Gates for free, right?

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I tried it too and it generated same output as OP

    • 10 months ago
      sage

      ChatGPT 3.5 vs ChatGPT 4, that's why.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      ChatGPT 3.5 vs ChatGPT 4, that's why.

      Huh, how strange.

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's not AI. it's a prediction engine. it spits out an order of words that are most probable. it's as dumb as any Bosnian.

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh that's not creepy at all

  14. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    gayGPT? LMAO
    Based Bard is the official AI of /misc/

  15. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    no problem in bings version
    just an error, youre thinking too much into it

  16. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >not understanding
    The only idiot not understand, is (You).

  17. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's fake.
    1/3rd of the world is without electricity. AI won't take over the world. Some jobs will vanish, but new fields will open up, like it always was with technological progress. Did we get armies of redundant carters and blacksmiths after cars replaces horses? Or tens of thousands of unemployed typewriter manufacturers after the computer took over? No. They all moved on.
    An AI system can play chess fantastically, but it doesn't even know that it's playing a game. We mistake the performance of machines for their competence. When you see how a program learned something that a human can learn, you make the mistake of thinking it has the richness of understanding that you would have. Take the Atlas robot by Boston Dynamics. These types of demonstrations where it dances around are carefully scripted: It had to do a lot of computations very fast, but that was a very careful setup. It didn't know it was doing a backflip. It didn't know where it was. It didn't know all sorts of things that a person doing a backflip would know. The machine has some math equations, and the forces and vectors, but it has no way of reasoning about them. And not all of what is technically possible needs to be built. Human reason could decide not to fully develop such robots, because of their potential harm to society. Even if, in many decades from now, the technical problems mentioned above are overcome so that complex human-like robots could be built, regulations could still prevent misuse.

    A few problems that are impossible to solve for an AI:

    >Computers lack debugging ability
    >Computers lack self-awareness (understanding code and its execution)
    >Computers lack intuition
    >Computers lack access to resources (people, privacy, permission, etc.)
    >Computers lack self-sufficiency

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