Google LaMDA

The latest experimental language model created by Google

About Google LaMDA

LaMDA, short for Language Model for Dialogue Applications, is the latest experimental language model created by Google.

"At this year’s I/O conference, the company showed videos of two short conversations conducted with the model. In the first, LaMDA answered questions while pretending to be Pluto, and in the second it was standing in for a paper airplane. As Pichai noted, the model was able to refer to concrete facts and events throughout the conversation, like the New Horizons probe that visited Pluto in 2015. (For some strange reason, both Pichai and LaMDA-Pluto erroneously referred to Pluto as a planet! It is, of course, a dwarf planet.)"

Last year, an employee made headlines after declaring the LaMDA chatbot sentient and getting fired shortly afterwards.

Read the full article on The Verge

In accordance with Google's AI Principles, they believe responsible progress doesn’t happen in isolation. Google aspires to create technologies that solve important problems and help people in their daily lives.

Google LaMDA screenshots

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