From: Kaj Sotala (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 25 2007 - 17:28:47 MDT
Can be found at http://www.saunalahti.fi/~tspro1/objections.html .
Answers the following objections:
1: There are limits to everything. You can't get infinite growth
2: Extrapolation of graphs doesn't prove anything. It doesn't show
that we'll have AI in the future.
3: A superintelligence could rewrite itself to remove human tampering.
Therefore we cannot build Friendly AI.
4: What reason would a super-intelligent AI have to care about us?
5: The idea of a hostile AI is anthropomorphic.
6: Intelligence is not linear.
7: There is no such thing as a human-equivalent AI.
8: Intelligence isn't everything. An AI still wouldn't have the
resources of humanity.
9: It's too early to start thinking about Friendly AI
10: Development towards AI will be gradual. Methods will pop up to deal with it.
11: "Friendliness" is too vaguely defined.
12: What if the AI misinterprets its goals?
13: Couldn't AIs be built as pure advisors, so they wouldn't do
anything themselves? That way, we wouldn't need to worry about
14: Machines will never be placed in positions of power.
Constructive criticism welcome, as always.
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