From: Metaqualia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Feb 15 2004 - 20:33:46 MST
> > OK, well if you can't even summarize your own work compactly, then how
> > the heck do you expect me to be able to do so??? ;-)
> I don't, of course. However, I should hope that you would be aware of
> your own lack of understanding and/or inability to compactly summarize,
> issue. It's not surprising that you see no superiority of FAI over Joyous
> Growth if you attempt to somehow interpret FAI as a specific ethical
> principle. This is actually impossible, like trying to interpret a
> mathematical system as the quantity 15, but after you've invented a
Consider this summary.
"Elizier::FAI consists in avoiding the imposition of moral supergoals (do
this, do that) and recreating the cognitive architecture that humans use to
set these moral goals for themselves (machine thinks: looks as if I should
do this, do that)"
Is it such a bad compact summary?
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