From: Phil Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 23 2005 - 10:03:42 MST
--- Tennessee Leeuwenburg <email@example.com>
> I read your idea on actions based on proven
> theories, subject to a
> blacklist against which unsafe options are blocked.
> You seemed to be
> worried that such a system would be susceptible to
> improve itself to a
> local minima - that is, it would be hill-climbing to
> a potentially
> limiting endpoint.
> Let Mag(OPTIONS) represent the number of elements
> contained in the set
> Mag(OPTIONS) is proportional to IQ(AGI).
> Here's my argument :
> X = Max(OPTIONS)
> If X != now & V(X) > V(now) then IQ(AGI,X) >
> IQ(AGI,now) which implies
> Mag(OPTIONS,AGI, X) > Mag(OPTIONS, AGI, now).
This doesn't show that Mag(OPTIONS) is proportional to
> Corrolary : Regardless of the speed at which the
> intelligence of the
> AGI grows, the options available to the AGI increase
> with the
> intelligence of AGI. Incremental increases to IQ do
> not result in
> local minima, because the horizon of the AGI is
> pushed wider with each
Insert here what Ben said again.
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