Eliezer S. Yudkowsky defiantly writes,
> *Shrug*. The kind of Singularity SIAI deals with isn't exactly subtle. I
> don't expect a Friendly nanotech-equipped superintelligence to notice the
> pieces of green paper you seem to think are prerequisite to
Why do you suppose a Friendly nanotech-equipped superintelligence would fail
to collect hundreds of pieces-of-green-paper as a friendly way to participate?
The SI that gets my vote will get more pieces of green paper than George W.
got... and do it in a friendly way... without any DUIs either. τΏτ
What a lot of trouble to prove in political economy that two and two make
and if you succeed in doing so, people cry, 'It is so clear that it is
Then they vote as if you had never proved anything at all.
-- Frederic Bastiat, "What Is Seen and What is Not Seen", 1850
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