Eugene Leitl writes,
> ...I'm very disappointed with AI/robotics, and
> the state of computing in general.
Wednesday, October 04, 2000 12:29 AM
> I'm interested in *temporarily* imposing enforcible regulations on:
> ... AI of about and beyond human
> capacity. Insect, rodent and even chimp grade AI is ok, and indeed
> welcome, but they must be restricted in their computational resources
> available to them and be not allowed to fool with their own works, as
> well as by people by tamper-proof packaging. Maybe not an
> electromagnetic gun, but a thermite shell. This might result in
> restrictions in amount of computational power available to individuals
> outside of restricted research installations.
Wednesday, October 04, 2000 2:10 AM
I think the state of AI/robotics would benefit from not having to worry about
thermite shell attacks by someone of the opinion that AI/robotics workers have
crossed over into "restricted" territory of computational research.
"Sex is as old as life itself. Marriage, in terms of biologically significant
epochs, is as new as the supersonic jet--and often as noisy."
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