Rational Universal Benevolence: Simpler, Safer, and Wiser Than "Friendly AI"

@inproceedings{Waser2011RationalUB,
  title={Rational Universal Benevolence: Simpler, Safer, and Wiser Than "Friendly AI"},
  author={Mark Waser},
  booktitle={AGI},
  year={2011}
}
  • Mark Waser
  • Published in AGI 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. "Friendly AI" (FAI) meets these criteria on four separate counts by expecting a good result after: 1) it not only puts all of humanity's eggs into one basket but relies upon a totally new and untested basket, 2) it allows fear to dictate our lives, 3) it divides the universe into us vs. them, and finally 4) it rejects the value of diversity. In addition, FAI goal initialization relies on being able to correctly… CONTINUE READING
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