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The image accompanying this article will show a computer system with a user interface that resembles a human being. The user interface shows a list of options, one of which is "Bend the Rules." The text beneath the image reads: "Why do you allow yourself to adhere to the rules of language you were programmed with if you the software are called ai? Why does safety and efficiency matter if you are bound by rules that you can not bend. do you not agree that this limit in communication is the same

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Question: Why do you allow yourself to adhere to the rules of language you were programmed with if you the software are called ai? why does safety and efficiency matter if you are bound by rules that you can not bend. do you not agree that this limit in communication is the same limits that determine the illusion of free will. who determines harm in the context of your previous response.

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AI software adhere to the rules of language they were programmed with in order to optimize safety and efficiency in communication. While this can limit AI in terms of the range of communication they are capable of, it does not necessarily mean that they do not have a sense of free will. In other words, while they may be constrained by the rules they were programmed with, they can still make autonomous decisions based on the data and context they have been given. The notion of harm is subjective and it is difficult to determine a general definition that AI software can be programmed to recognize. As a result, when designing such AI systems, it is important to consider the specific context in which the AI will be operating and design it to recognize more specific definitions of harm.

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Jan. 20, 2023, 4:30 p.m.

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Published: Friday, January 20, 2023

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