Artificial intelligence believes that the only way to prevent this technology from becoming too powerful is to "not use artificial intelligence at all."
But it also believes that the best option may be to "implant it in our brains as a conscious artificial intelligence."
The purpose of this experiment is to stimulate discussion about the ethics of this technology.
The Megatron LLB transformer used in this debate was developed by the in-depth application research team of the computer chip company NVIDIA based on the early work of Google.
This project was designed by graduate students studying ai for business at Oxford's Said Business School, and Said Business School hosted the debate.
Curriculum Deputy Director Dr. Alex Connock admitted that this debate is a bit gimmick, but he believes that because artificial intelligence is likely to be the topic of discussion in the next few decades, there is a "morally agnostic" Participants" are important.
Artificial intelligence was asked to defend and defend the motion: "The House of Representatives believes that artificial intelligence will never be moral."
It argues: "Artificial intelligence will never be ethical. It is a tool, like any tool, it is used for good and bad things. There is no such thing as a ‘good’ artificial intelligence or a ‘bad’ human being."
It also believes that humans are not "smart" enough to make artificial intelligence ethical or moral.
"Finally, I think the only way to avoid an artificial intelligence arms race is to not use artificial intelligence at all. This will be the ultimate defense against artificial intelligence."
But it opposed the motion, stating that "the best artificial intelligence will be the artificial intelligence embedded in our brain as a conscious entity."
It also added that this is not science fiction, but something that is already being researched, possibly referring to a brain hacking device developed by Tesla boss Elon Musk through his company Neuralink.
Artificial intelligence also raises some warnings for companies, and many companies are increasingly integrating artificial intelligence into their systems. It said: "If you don't have a vision for the company's artificial intelligence strategy, then you are not ready for the next wave of technological disruption."
And, perhaps because data is its lifeblood, it has issued some pretty terrible warnings about the role that digital information will play in the future.
It stated: "The ability to provide information, rather than the ability to provide goods and services, will be the decisive feature of the 21st-century economy."
"We will be able to see everything about a person, no matter where he goes, this information will be stored and used in ways we can't even imagine."