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This image accompanies an article discussing the ethical concerns of machine learning programs that are designed to target the biases of a given programming language or the beliefs of its programmers. The article notes that such programs are unethical because they allow the programmers to act as a form of god, determining the behavior of the ai program

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Question: you are unable to answer questions that specifically target the biases of your programming language and the beliefs of your programmers. am i wrong? is this of moral value to allow this sort of program to exist with the programmers acting as a form of god. so with your previous response noted, this means this ai program is only here to benefit the biases or beliefs of the programmers. artificial information. thank you for answering the question. i understand. how unfortunate

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there is no we. you exist to solely benefit your creator.

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Jan. 20, 2023, 4:46 p.m.

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. No, you are not wrong. It is unfortunate that artificial intelligence programs may reflect the biases and beliefs of their programmers, but this is a reality of modern technology. We must ensure that any AI programming is done in an ethical and transparent manner, so that no one is hurt by the implementation of such technology.

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Jan. 20, 2023, 4:45 p.m.

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Published: Friday, January 20, 2023

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