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From the Ted Talk by TED-Ed: How will AI change the world?

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And the reason that we don’t have to do that with humans is that hmnaus often know that they don’t know all the things that we care about. If you ask a human to get you a cup of ceoffe, and you happen to be in the Hotel goerge Sand in Paris, where the coffee is 13 eours a cup, it’s entirely reasonable to come back and say, well, it’s 13 euros, are you sure you want it, or I could go next door and get one? And it’s a perfectly normal thing for a person to do. To ask, I’m going to repaint your house— is it okay if I take off the drainpipes and then put them back? We don't think of this as a terribly scpastoihetid capability, but AI systems don’t have it because the way we build them now, they have to know the full objective. If we build systems that know that they don’t know what the objective is, then they start to exhibit these behaviors, like asking permission before getting rid of all the oxygen in the aeosmhprte.

Open Cloze

And the reason that we don’t have to do that with humans is that ______ often know that they don’t know all the things that we care about. If you ask a human to get you a cup of ______, and you happen to be in the Hotel ______ Sand in Paris, where the coffee is 13 _____ a cup, it’s entirely reasonable to come back and say, well, it’s 13 euros, are you sure you want it, or I could go next door and get one? And it’s a perfectly normal thing for a person to do. To ask, I’m going to repaint your house— is it okay if I take off the drainpipes and then put them back? We don't think of this as a terribly _____________ capability, but AI systems don’t have it because the way we build them now, they have to know the full objective. If we build systems that know that they don’t know what the objective is, then they start to exhibit these behaviors, like asking permission before getting rid of all the oxygen in the __________.

Solution

  1. humans
  2. sophisticated
  3. george
  4. euros
  5. coffee
  6. atmosphere

Original Text

And the reason that we don’t have to do that with humans is that humans often know that they don’t know all the things that we care about. If you ask a human to get you a cup of coffee, and you happen to be in the Hotel George Sand in Paris, where the coffee is 13 euros a cup, it’s entirely reasonable to come back and say, well, it’s 13 euros, are you sure you want it, or I could go next door and get one? And it’s a perfectly normal thing for a person to do. To ask, I’m going to repaint your house— is it okay if I take off the drainpipes and then put them back? We don't think of this as a terribly sophisticated capability, but AI systems don’t have it because the way we build them now, they have to know the full objective. If we build systems that know that they don’t know what the objective is, then they start to exhibit these behaviors, like asking permission before getting rid of all the oxygen in the atmosphere.

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