From: Stephen Reed (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jun 29 2002 - 22:24:04 MDT
Agreed this is a reasonable request. I'll keep this list up to date
regarding Cyc, and it will probably be obvious when (and if) Cyc is at
the point to trigger your safegards.
On Sat, 29 Jun 2002, Brian Atkins wrote:
> Any project announcing that it is working on a "seed AI" type design
> with even tiny chance of self-improving takeoff should be willing and
> able to publicly post and defend a "social policy". This policy should
> at a minimum describe the following:
> 1. The project's experiment protocol, from the design of the AI to
> containment, etc. The works.
> 2. How this team plans to tackle the "long term Friendliness issue"
> 3. Anything else that I forgot
> This should all be available no later than 6 months before running full
> code so the public at least has a chance to counter with any perceived
> errors in the plan.
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