: Lee Corbin wrote
It's as Eliezer (usually) never tires of stating: explicit emotions
> such as these simply do not happen unless they're designed or evolved
> somehow. Probably the toughest part is leaving behind our intuition that
> where goes intelligence must go certain kinds of survival attitudes......
But artificial intelligence
> isn't necessarily evolved in the way that natural intelligence is, and so
> need not have such capabilities.
This is a very good point and possibly event true. Nevertheless interacting
an intelligence will truely be a very alien experience and as such the value
of such intercourse
would be very limited indeed. This is the reason designers around the world
consumer software to robots are trying to make them "human" so that we feel
interacting with them, thus deriving more value from the experience.
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