Also, simply taking the time to read Friendly AI, think about it, and
provide us some useful feedback would be great. Maybe we should offer
prizes to anyone who can provide a comment that gets implemented into it.
Free lunch next time you're in Atlanta? :-)
Mitchell Porter wrote:
> If anyone really wants to volunteer their services to seed AI,
> and is impatient for a set of marching orders, they always
> have the option of setting out on their own. In my opinion,
> the more people who do that the better, because the people who
> do that have to think about how the task-as-a-whole might be
> accomplished, and so they'll be better equipped to contribute
> if and when a seed-AI *team* does get off the ground.
> And if you need a blueprint to get started, CaTAI exists,
> even if the specs for Flare do not. I would urge the people
> who are keen to code *now* to think of a functional subsystem
> (i.e. a module) that a seed AI would have to have, and try
> to code such a subsystem, in the language of their choice.
> I don't see how the effort could be a waste, no matter what
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