When AI systems like ChatGPT refer to themselves, do you believe they should use "I" or a different term like "it" to eliminate any emotional or intellectual implications that may lead to confusion or deception? Are we getting too comfortable with not distinguishing between text from a person and text from "it"?

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CTO in Travel and Hospitality, 11 - 50 employees
Dont think it matter so much
VP of IT in Healthcare and Biotech, Self-employed
Semantics about the ChatGPT is evolving into a personal digital assistant. The basis assumption it is a digital twin of the person. In my opinion it is nNothing wrong about addressing it as " I "
Global Director of Technology in Real Estate, 501 - 1,000 employees
The use of "I" for self reference is appropriate and any other pronoun would create confusion.  When others refer to ChatGPT they appropriately use "it" and that's also clear.   If the AI used its name in all self reference that would be clear but I don't think it adds clarity or value.  

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I sorry I never found the AI tools to conduct assessment of IT Contract, I suggest to you , you can create customize internal tools to screen it contract
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