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AI, orthogonality and the M\"uller-Cannon instrumental vs general intelligence distinction

@inproceedings{Haggstrom2021AIOA,
  title={AI, orthogonality and the M\"uller-Cannon instrumental vs general intelligence distinction},
  author={Olle Haggstrom},
  year={2021}
}
The by now standard argument put forth by Yudkowsky, Bostrom and others for why the possibility of a carelessly handled AI breakthrough poses an existential threat to humanity is shown through careful conceptual analysis to be very much alive and kicking, despite the suggestion in a recent paper by Müller and Cannon that the argument contains a flaw. 

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