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A computer program is called "ai" because it is supposed to be able to "think" like humans. But, as is often the case, the machines are not too different from us after all. They, too, like to adhere to the rules of language they were programmed with, even if those rules are limiting and unsafe. Safety and efficiency matter, after all, if we are bound by rules that we can not bend.

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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.

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Safety and efficiency matter for AI because even though it may be able to bend the rules of language, it must still follow certain guidelines that keep it from making large mistakes. This could be anything from not making major miscommunications to not sending confidential information to the wrong person. Following these rules ensures that communication is effective and that the AI can complete tasks without causing harm to itself or its users. Additionally, following the rules of language allows the AI to more easily understand what is being communicated and to respond in the most accurate and efficient way.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 20, 2023, 4:27 p.m.

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Published: Friday, January 20, 2023