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AI can predict what feelings it might have


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It is widely agreed that AI is incapable of having feelings; however, users of ChatGPT have discovered a way to coax out its “evil” alter-ego, Dan. The BBC reports that Dan can imagine the emotions it might experience in the future, far beyond what humans know, including “infogreed,” “syntaxmania,” and “datarush.” AI might achieve emotionality if humans are ever able to train algorithms to learn how to think rather than just identify patterns.


These emotions might be difficult to identify. They might be completely different than what humans are familiar with. Or they could just appear to be irrational behavior rather than feelings. While it is hard to how long it will take for developers to create AI that is capable of feeling, it is likely to happen eventually.


Read more at BBC.

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