From: Emil Gilliam (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 15 2004 - 20:33:06 MDT
From the Collective Volition page:
> Friendly AI requires:
> 1. Solving the technical problems required to maintain a
> abstract invariant in a self-modifying goal system.
> this problem is relatively straightforward from a
> 2. Choosing something nice to do with the AI. This is about
> theoretical hairiness between problems 1 and 3.
> 3. Designing a framework for an abstract invariant that
> wipe out the human species. This is the hard part.
How independent are these problems? For example, is it theoretically
possible to fully solve and implement 1 and 3 without 2 -- such that
the AI can then be given any abstract invariant at all?
- Emil("just curious");
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