From: Daniel Radetsky (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 20 2005 - 15:17:46 MST
I'm not James, but he doesn't seem to be responding, so I will.
On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 17:29:37 -0800
"Eliezer S. Yudkowsky" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Do you believe this limitation on intelligence holds true for the
> infinite-computing power version of AIXI? That is, do you think it's a
> hard information-theoretical limit, rather than an inefficiency of
> bounded computing power?
What's "it"? You need to ask, "Consider this self-improving AI; does it have
enough information to discover X with infinite computing power?" I think that
*some* AI would be sufficiently ignorant that it would be an information-theory
> Also, would you care to quantify the minimum environmental information
> required to produce a model capable of manipulating a human? To a guess
> if you cannot calculate.
What would it be quantified in? The number of facts? The size of the program?
Or are you asking James to provide the units as well?
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