I was reading a transcript of an interview about AI here and I came across this part:
There are a lot of different metaphors to use. I've used the kid metaphor before. It is, however, very important to remember: these things aren't human.
So even if it's debatable on whether "thinking" is an appropriate word — and I think at this point, language models are doing something analogous to thinking, though I understand that there are technical experts who disagree with that — I think most people can see, "okay, there's some kind of thinking and understanding going on in these systems." But they do not do it the same way humans do, and we should be studying them to understand what those differences are, so that we can understand better how these systems come up with the answers that they do. [...]
So the question of sentience might be a distraction?
I don't like playing those word games. But if it makes some people feel better use the right vocabulary, okay, fine, whatever floats your boat.
Shouldn't "use" in the bolded clause be "using"?
As far as I know, we would say "I feel better doing this" and not "I feel better do this".
Am I missing something?