From: Ricardo Barreira (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 01 2006 - 17:40:35 MDT
What you said, Michael, is what often crosses my mind but am always
afraid of saying...
On 6/1/06, Michael Vassar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I strongly agree. that knowledge of the singularity becoming public is an
> existential risk, but I would worry more about a governmental race to UFAI
> or to strong MNT as the mode of destruction. Oh yes, and the possibility of
> fanatics killing those few people who could plausibly enable FAI to happen
> first. I think that the singularity is already too high profile for my
> tastes, though there is a trade-off between awareness and the difficulty of
> recruiting FAI researchers.
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