Google’s ‘Chatbot’ thinks the purpose of living is ‘to live eternally’

In a research published this week, Google narrated one of its latest forays into artificial intelligence. Researchers programmed an advanced type of “chatbot” that can respond automatically in conversations. The responses are based on examples from a training set of dialogue. It can also form new answers from new questions, reports Business Insider Australia. Google’s researchers got a little creative with it as they asked the bot everything ranging from boring IT questions to the meaning of life. The bot’s responses were alternately impressive, amusing, and unnerving. Here are some of the most poetic interactions from the paper titled “A Neural Conversational Model”: Human: What is the purpose of life? Machine: To serve the greater good. ADVERTISEMENT Human: What is the purpose of living? Machine: To live forever. Human: Where…

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