RE: Regulating AI Development

Date: Fri Mar 01 2002 - 14:58:32 MST

Ben wrote:

> Computers are too cheap and widespread, and so is programming
> and cognitive science knowledge.
> AI can't be successfully regulated except via imposition of a
> draconian, Luddite police state.

Exactly, which is why I believe my proposal is germane.  I doubt
you could design a sufficiently comprehensive monitoring system
to police AI development regardless of whether you wanted to be
draconian or not.  Accordingly, the proposal of identifying the
best option and shifting vast resources towards that path is the
most effective way to guide AI development.

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