> I do not believe in super-docile AIs. The AI we can build
> and control is next to useless (good for sorting trash,
> delivering goods, keeping the house tidy and driving a car),
> and a useful AI is uncontrollable.
Just a brief note: "Uncontrollable" is, semantically, orthogonal to
"friendly". Martin Luther King and Gandhi were neither docile nor
controllable, but they were altruistic. You can, of course, argue that a
smart AI is necessarily unFriendly as well as uncontrollable, but we
should all be careful not to conflate the concepts and add confused
terminology to an already-chaotic issue.
We now return you to your previous argument.
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Eliezer S. Yudkowsky http://singinst.org/
Research Fellow, Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence
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