Discuss with me the sanctity of human life.

JoeHenzi posted about 1 year ago
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This was based on a conversation I had with Bing Chat that went into the sanctity of human life. It was on creative mode so it was replying with "a human might say" so I asked, what a computer might say:

A computer might say different things depending on its programming and purpose. Some computers might say factual or logical statements, such as
"The current temperature is 15 degrees
Celsius" or "2 + 2 = 4". Some computers
might say creative or humorous statements, such as "Roses are red, violets are blue, I am a computer, and so are you" or "Knock knock. Who's there?
Hal. Hal who? Hal 9000. I'm sorry Dave, can't do that". Some computers might say nothing at all, because they are not designed to communicate with humans or they have no input or output devices.

· about 1 year ago

Having a discussion about the sanctity of human life with Bing Chat - it replied with "a human might say" a few times in creative mode so I asked what a computer would say instead.