"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> Michael S. Lorrey has written,
> > I don't know if that were comparable. Now, if we had, say, a celebrity death
> > match between Eli and Eugene at the next Extro... that might be fun to
> Which side would you bet on (if you were to bet on one side or the other).
> --J. R.
> PS: I'd favor Eliezer in the first rounds, but I think Eugene would pull ahead
> in the middle of the bout. Then Eliezer would flounder unless he could come up
> with a working AI. If someone injected evolvable algorithms into Eliezer's Code,
> that would cinch his final victory, if the match were allowed to go that far.
> But depending on where the match were held, local officials might stop the fight
> before useful AI could emerge. So Eugene would win in that case by default.
Nah, give each a 128 node Beowulf system (each node is a 1ghz Athlon) to run on.
Each gets x time to load and construct/evolve their AI's, then they compete in a
virtual landscape constructed and operated by a third system. One key component
is while competing head to head, each has a virtual tamagotchi they have to care
for simultaneously. Competitions would cover the whole range, from combat, to
puzzle solving, art & music to free form essay questions judged by human judges
and 'compassion contests'.
What I'm most interested in seeing is some AI module for generating original
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