From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 22 2006 - 15:06:08 MST
> Your objection rests upon personal conjectures which are not known
> mathematical results and which I do not share.
Eli, I think I was pretty explicit about this in my email, via
prefacing the appropriate parts of my comments with phrases like "I
think..." and "I believe...."
>I think there can be a
> core of bounded algorithmic complexity which decompresses itself into a
> powerful AI in reasonable time. If you think this requires vast amounts
> of additional startout complexity to run in reasonable time, you could
> be right, but I would be surprised.
Then I think you will be surprised ;-)
> Don't forget to identify which parts of your argument are math and which
> parts are your personal intuition;
As I said above, I think I was pretty clear about this distinction in my email.
> I wouldn't want people to think there
> was a known mathematical problem with FAI.
Mathematics places very specific constraints on FAI. Whether there is
a way to make highly intelligent, provably Friendly AI within these
constraints remains unknown; and we have strongly different intuitions
in this regard.
> Please remember that others
> may not trust your intuitions as much as you do.
Right back atcha, my friend ;-)
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