From: Michael Vassar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 06 2006 - 15:25:08 MDT
For the Nth time, the relevant question is "is there a code you could right
that would not in any sense imply the desire to work around itself"?
>I think the argument is that with runaway recursive self-improvement,
>any hardcoded nugget approaches insignificance/obsolesence. Is there
>a code that you could write that nobody, no matter how many trillions
>of times smarter, couldn't find a workaround?
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