From: Michael Anissimov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 26 2004 - 11:40:16 MDT
Ben Goertzel wrote:
>>5 ways to enhance human wisdom that are far more effective, in the
>>relevant timeframes, than genengineering:
>>1. Study of evolutionary psychology and heuristics and
>>biases. 2. Realtime fMRI feedback. 3. Nano-neurosurgery. 4.
>> Brain-Computer Interfacing. 5. Building a Friendly seed and
>>having it do it for us.
>>Michael Anissimov http://www.intelligence.org/
>>Advocacy Director, Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence
>You might be right. However, it's pretty hard for any of us to project
>the development rates of these future technologies.
>Regarding your list:
>My own bet is that 5 will come before 3 or 4; and my own feeling is that
>1 and 2 in themselves will not be adequately effective.
>-- Ben G
General agreement, although nanotech or BCI could still surprise us. 1
and 2 could also play a critical role in executing 5 competently.
-- Michael Anissimov http://www.intelligence.org/ Advocacy Director, Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence -- Subscribe to our free eBulletin for research and community news: http://www.intelligence.org/news/subscribe.html
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