Dan Fabulich writes:
> I'm not sure how I'd answer this. Eventually, Eliezer intends it to
> be as good as a modern programmer at writing code to specifications;
> he expects that it would soon go beyond that point, writing code that
> we can't understand today.
Writing code we can't understand today? Easy, evolutionary algorithms
already to that very nicely.
Moreover, because of computational physics constraints you can't hope
to run a smart system not on massively parallel hardware. Also,
because of above constraints, you cannot hope to do things a la
silicon compiler. ALife of reconfigurable hardware has to be it.
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