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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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grace

I don't think the machine is being taught ethics, or that the machine is being taught to understand moral precepts at all. It is just being taught what to say or what not to say to give the *impression* that it understands ethics.

sirhc desantis

Yeah was quite fun but did not sense any 'learning' - more like reinforcement via the feedback you give to the answer. Plus, it was wrong :)

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