Michael S. Lorrey wrote,
> Nah, give each a 128 node Beowulf system (each node is a 1ghz Athlon) to run
> Each gets x time to load and construct/evolve their AI's, then they compete in
> virtual landscape constructed and operated by a third system. One key
> is while competing head to head, each has a virtual tamagotchi they have to
> for simultaneously. Competitions would cover the whole range, from combat, to
> puzzle solving, art & music to free form essay questions judged by human
> and 'compassion contests'.
Oooh, I like that. Does Eugene get to "nuke" Eliezer's AIs?
> What I'm most interested in seeing is some AI module for generating original
Yes, in addition, I'd like to import some original initiative into my own brain.
Slacking gets old after a few decades.
"All our final resolutions are made in a state of mind which is not going to
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