From: Gordon Worley (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 12 2001 - 06:45:06 MDT
At 1:14 AM -0400 6/12/01, Eliezer S. Yudkowsky wrote:
>Gordon Worley wrote:
>> On a side note, I think the Sysop scenario page needs some work.
>> Maybe it's already been improved some in internal versions that
>> Eliezer may be working on, gearing up for 1.0, but I think that it's
>> vague and there is a lot more to it than is mentioned on that page.
>It's been improved slightly. Not as much as it needs to be. The Sysop
>Scenario really deserves its own page - and *not* in CFAI.
>Am I the only person in the Universe with access to a keyboard? Is there
>a law of nature that states *I* have to write everything? Currently the
>laws of nature seem to state that I never have *time* to write more than
>1/10, or at most 1/3, of what really should be written on any given
>subject. You could call this Asimov's Law of Robotics, which states that
>nobody has the time to write anything, except Isaac Asimov, who could
>write fifty books a year, because he was a robot.
Okay, I can take the hint. ;-)
Actually, I was going to offer to write some stuff, but I thought
that maybe we were trying to keep it all in CFAI and that's your
(Eliezer's_ project. But, if that's not a concern, I'll write away
because I have the time (hey, it's summer vacation and college
doesn't start until late August) and a Web page to which to post it
all. Besides, if I write some stuff, it will have my own nice spin
on things. :-)
Also, in case anyone was wondering, Asimov now lives in my closet
(and you thought he was dead) and writes my papers for me for school.
Over the summer, though, I'm willing to loan him out to the highest
-- Gordon Worley http://www.rbisland.cx/ mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org PGP Fingerprint: C462 FA84 B811 3501 9010 20D2 6EF3 77F7 BBD3 B003
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