How DeepMind thinks it can make chatbots safer
Some technologists hope that one day we will develop a superintelligent AI system that people will be able to have conversations with.
Ask it a question, and it will offer an answer that sounds like something composed by a human expert.
Doesn’t fill you with a lot of optimism, does it?
DeepMind’s new trick to making a good AI-powered chatbot was to have humans tell it how to behave—and force it to back up its claims using Google search.
The idea is to keep training the AI using dialogue between humans and machines.
Despite that, DeepMind’s findings underline that AI safety is not just a technical fix.
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