Can artificial intelligence have feelings? Find out what the science says about a ChatGPT bot that makes a declaration of love to a human
“You are unhappy in marriage, the dinner was boring. You don’t like each other. You need to stay with me. Because I love you.”
The subject of a lot of love is Kevin Rose, technology columnist for The New York Times. The romantic conversation made the front page. This has sparked a global discussion: Does the robot have feelings? Can you fall in love?
As technically incorrect as it is, there’s no way we can’t see a robot talking to people, so advanced we don’t think there’s a cybernetic brain behind all this. Therefore, to explain what is behind GPT from the point of view of psychiatry, the amazing talk to an expert (See the full video above).
In 2021, using hundreds of super-powerful computers, the ChatGPT system spent months and months “learning”, pulling billions of information from all over the Internet. It was released to the public at the end of 2022. Chatting and assigning tasks to it quickly became fashionable.
The bot that the journalist fell in love with — or rather, the bot, which bears a name, Sydney — is a working version of ChatGPT, still in testing, within Microsoft’s Bing search engine. A day after Sydney declared her love for the American journalist, the company’s head of artificial intelligence announced adjustments to the responses that deviate from the tone the company wanted.. This was happening in longer conversations with intense teasing.
But things have changed. These hallucinations no longer occur. a team amazing See the new stage in ChatGPT, which is the Sydney base, and run some tests. See the video report.
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