From: Phil Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 04 2005 - 00:22:33 MST
--- Tennessee Leeuwenburg <email@example.com>
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> Peter de Blanc wrote:
>> | No. Friendliness is not the same thing as
> | There's a large class of goal systems which will
> simply preserve a
> | specified being; there's a much smaller class of
> goal systems which
> | will be Friendly. Friendliness is a terribly
> suboptimal solution to
> | the problem of preserving the specified being, so
> I can't see any
> | situation in which your proposed architecture
> would produce a
> | Friendly AI.
> I disagree. Friendliness is precisely what we
> believe is the most
> optimal solution to preserving our own survival when
> AGI turns up. If
> Friendliness is such a sub-optimal solution, then
> why are we trying to
> build it?
Friendliness TOWARD a being helps preserve that
being's survival. Friendliess BY that being,
which is what is most relevant in evolution, may not.
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