Re: The Meaning That Immortality Gives to Life

From: Bryan Bishop (
Date: Tue Oct 16 2007 - 19:12:29 MDT

On Tuesday 16 October 2007 19:43, charles griffiths wrote:
> When you're a collection of processes running on computronium, you
> don't get cpu time unless you have something to work on. Why would
> you?

Isn't this assuming that thought could be immediately crafted into a
clear-cut process whereby there is no time spent not "dropping
effortlessly to the answers" ? I am not sure if thinking will ever be
so perfect. Maybe one day. In the mean time ... we still need to build
the solutions.

Need to do a thorough reply to Yudkowsky's paper, will get to it.

- Bryan

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