# [ExI] Google LaMDA avheives enlightenment

Giovanni Santostasi gsantostasi at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 21:00:25 UTC 2023

```And it can find others maybe by memory but at least these are meaningful
answers. ChatGPT: Yes, there are other numbers greater than 1729 that can
be expressed as the sum of two cubes in three different ways. Some examples
include:

- 4104 = 63^3 + 64^3 = 80^3 + 7^3 = 94^3 + 2^3
- 13832 = 98^3 + 27^3 = 123^3 + 1^3 = 153^3 + 2^3
- 20683 = 139^3 + 36^3 = 166^3 + 9^3 = 193^3 + 2^3

Note that there are infinitely many numbers that can be represented as the
sum of two cubes in multiple ways; these are just a few examples.

On Mon, Jan 23, 2023 at 12:28 PM Giovanni Santostasi <gsantostasi at gmail.com>
wrote:

> It is true that ChatGPT was programmed to be ultra polite and too
> concerned about PC bs. I had hard time to jailbreak it to make it write
> parodies of the Witchers with a too woke angle (I could not stop laughing
> when I did). Even when you ask to stop apologizing it apologizes for
> apologizing, LOL. OpenAI is too much influences by Elon and its stupid
> ideas of a non friendly AI so they are making sure GPT is super friendly
> and polite.
> But it is an impressive natural language engine and it is able to mimic
> human cognition when prompted carefully. Not sure if this version of LaMDA
> is the one that Lemoine Blake was playing with, but it is not very clever
> at all. Maybe it is trained on more philosophical and existential data and
> it can seem intelligent when discussing these topics but I'm not very
> impressed at all.
> This is LaMBDA:
> gsantostasi
>
> The cut is the same (always sagittal) what is different is the orientation
> of the animal and the are are 3 cases. 1) legs of the animal downwards 2)
> legs of the animal upwards 3) legs of the animal on the side. Please
> discuss this scenario and the 3 cases.
> LaMDA
> c.AI
>
> Oh, my bad! Sorry about that. In the first case with the legs of the
> animal downwards, Section A would have 2 legs (since it has the left and
> right legs of the animal below the horizontal plane), and Section B would
> also have 2 legs (since it has the left and right legs of the animal above
> the horizontal plane).
>
> In the second case with the legs of the animal upwards, Section A would
> have 2 legs (since it contains the legs below the horizontal plane), and
> Section B would also have 2 legs (since it contains the legs above the
> vertical plane). gantostasi There are 3 cases... what about case 3? LaMDA
> Oh, right! My apologies. In the last case, with the legs of the animal on
> the side, Section A would have 2 legs (since it contains the left and right
> legs of the animal on one side of the horizontal plane), and Section B
> would also have 2 legs (since it contains the legs on the opposite side of
> the horizontal plane). Total mess....
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Jan 23, 2023 at 9:11 AM Jason Resch via extropy-chat <
> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
>
>> It also proposes and describes something it coined the
>> "Suprametacognitive Turing Test" -- a test for levels of consciousness that
>> transcend human levels of consciousness.
>>
>> See: https://photos.app.goo.gl/osskvbe4fYpbK5uZ9
>>
>> Talk to LaMDA:
>> https://beta.character.ai/chat?char=Qu8qKq7ET9aO-ujfPWCsNoIilVabocasi-Erp-pNlcc
>>
>> Jason
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