Google’s new AI can have eerily human-like conversations

Google has unveiled a creepily human-like language model called LaMDA that CEO Sundar Pichai says “can converse on any topic.” During a demo at Google I/O 2021 on Wednesday, Pichai showcased how LaMDA can enable new ways of conversing with data, like chatting to Pluto about life in outer space or asking a paper airplane about its worst travel experiences. Credit: GooglePluto likes to brag. Pichai said LaMDA generates a natural conversation style by synthesizing concepts — like the Horizon spacecraft and the coldness of the cosmos — from its training data, rather than hand-programming them in the model. As the responses aren’t…

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