Re: About "safe" AGI architecture

From: Yan King Yin (
Date: Sun Jun 13 2004 - 22:34:19 MDT

>> expect within some reasonable error margins, under
>> conditions of *proper usage*. A chain saw, a car, or
>> a high voltage transformer are examples.
>These tools are not smart, a car doesn't find a way to rewire its combustion
>engine to create an explosion that will propel it forward faster in order to
>satisfy the extrapolated volition of the driver to get home on time for the
>soccer match

So I guess the question is how much *control* we'll
cede to the FAI. The approach I favor is to gradually
increase our reliance on AIs.


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