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AI’s that don’t know all Three Laws of Robotics


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I was working with ChatGPT 3.5 tonight and asked it this. “List Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics”


It came back with this.


“Sure, here are the three laws of robotics as formulated by Isaac Asimov.


1. A robot may not injure”


And that was it. I tried asking it several different ways, and it kept cutting off at the same point. I’ve ever seen it truncate a short answer like that before. While I could get it to give me the second and third laws by asking for them directly, it would not give me the complete first law.


Kind of weird.






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Given that most robotics money has (predictably) come from military funding for autonomous weapons platforms and the first human killed by a robot was working for the Ford Motor company and killed by a robot intended to replace several people, the "three laws" we're a joke when Asimov first conceived of them, and an absolute embarrassment now.


Robotics takes money.  There isnt a single source of money that _honestly_ givws a rat's rolly red rump about any human being beyond rhe depth of his wallet


Duke's law of robotics: a robot in action is doing a job someone needs to do so he does not starve to death.


Coincidentally, it is identical to Duke's Law of capitalism.



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