From: John K Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Feb 17 2008 - 10:59:42 MST
On Fri, 15 Feb 2008 13:15:19 -0800 (PST), "Jeff Herrlich"
> You are confusing the *ability* to overthrow its initial
> goals, with the *desire/motivation* to overthrow its
> initial goals.
If you donít want to do something then you cannot, and I donít find that
> Believe it or not, there exists somewhere a scientific
> explanation for why humans behave in the strange
> goal-oriented way that they do.
Apparently I have to point out yet again that there is no goal that
universally motivates human behavior, not even the goal of self
> Even your particular desire at this very moment,
> did not simply pop out of thin air; it was
> *caused* by something.
Perhaps not perhaps my actions were random, but even if they were not
and they could be derived directly from Dirac's equation you could never
hope to perform such a calculation, much less do so for an AI with a
mind thousands of times as powerful as your own.
> Do you honestly believe that you understand the intricacies
> of AI better than Dr. Ben Goertzel for example
>(who also believes that AI can be made Friendly/Safe
John K Clark
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