From: Mark Waser (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 12 2008 - 21:52:39 MDT
> I apologize for the misinterpretation.
Apology unnecessary but appreciated.
> We can't ban something as obviously destructive and difficult to
> produce as nuclear-tipped ICBMs. How in Eru's name are we going to
> enact a global ban on various kinds of AGI research?
By becoming Friendly ourselves so that we can work together to enact a ban.
> We have to build
> a powerful FAI, which actually can ban dangerous AI research, before a
> UFAI (or nuclear war, nanotech, etc.) kills us all. See
> http://www.intelligence.org/upload/CFAI/policy.html, in addition to the
> previous paper.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, read it many times. That's my motivation. :-)
> A sufficient number of goals is not enough; the vast, vast majority of
> AGIs will then have a large set of unFriendly goals instead of a small
> set of unFriendly goals. See
Yes. My sole point was that there is probably a minimum number and
diversity of goals that is necessary for this theory to firmly apply.
> How will you get *every* AI, or *every* human, to endorse this
> Declaration? And even if they do, how are you going to enforce it? How
> do you guard against misinterpretations, or non-handled exceptions?
Eventually societal pressure will enforce it the way all other laws are
enforced. Misinterpretations are an intelligence problem, not a
Friendliness problem and need to be ahndled appropriately there.
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