Re: Slow-fast singularity

From: GS (
Date: Wed May 28 2008 - 13:47:57 MDT

Hi Babe!
Also WG: AW Frage isn stranger Titel ;)
Ich werde am Sa von 2-6 arbeiten und will dich dann auf jeden sehen !
Hatte gedacht wir könnten aufs RACT in Tü gehen, denk mal das kennste
Solln paar coole acts kommen, und ich hätt dann einfach frech und fresh
bei dir gepennt...
Wie machstes nun, bleibste dann SA in K-Town oder kommste dann noch nach
Wie's in der Mail von deinem Dad aussieht kommen da noch mehr Leute zu
euch abendessen,
und du gehst am Sonntag brunchen, oder ?

Gib dann halt Bescheid wenn du weißt wie's aussieht und so.
Naja jetzt genieß aber nochn bisschen deinen Urlaub Babe !!

miss you badly, and there isn't just any song i could listen right

Beijos meine Süße

On Wed, 28 May 2008 04:20:35 +0200, Nick Tarleton <>

> On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 9:06 PM, Matt Mahoney <>
> wrote:
>> --- Michael Anissimov <> wrote:
>> Yes you can, if you measure intelligence by how much you know (in bits).
>> The intelligence of a child AI cannot exceed the intelligence of the
>> parent plus accumulated input.
> And why on Earth would you define it that way? That's knowledge -
> intelligence is how well that knowledge can be acquired and used.
>> I realize there are other definitions of intelligence. You could upload
>> to a computer, then raise the clock speed, add memory, coprocessors,
>> faster I/O, and a faster network connection. You could then think and
>> learn faster, but initially you would not know any more than you do now.
> Also, create better algorithms. See
> . That may be nitpicking
> here, though, since no-free-lunch theorems might bound increase in
> algorithmic quality as well.
> Any bounds are very, very high, though, way above human efficiency,
> and likely enough to allow hard takeoff with any reasonable
> information input:

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