From: Rolf Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 03 2008 - 07:08:39 MDT
> It is this that mathematically talented students are likely to find
> silly in this sense
> Unless they have read lots of sci-fi. Note note that AI may go wrong,
> just that it will be affective enough to paper clip the world.
Maybe using an example like "calculate the Riemann hypothesis" might
be better, since it seems a little less silly; the advantage of the
paperclips though is that it's a bit more visual.
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