From: Stuart Armstrong (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 02 2008 - 06:13:03 MDT
> >You cannot have any help from AI because that would mean the AI is
> >helping to reprogram its own goals.
> You're splitting things into two pieces when you don't need to, and
> then arguing that each piece must precede the other so it can't be
> done. The two pieces are the AI writing code and the AI determining
> what its goals are. It is possible to solve both problems at once by
> putting the code generation into the utility function.
Also, I see no problem in having an AI dedicated to doing nothing but
working internally on a particular task, printing out the results two
days later, then turning itself off. We can use limited AI's to help
design general AI's.
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