Re: Why would AI want to be friendly?

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Tue Oct 03 2000 - 18:32:46 MDT

Eugene Leitl Writes,

> Let's assume we have real world niches and unreal world niches. If the
> seed perceives the unreal niches and migrates over there before it
> radiates, it effectively vanishes from our universe. If the seed
> radiates before that, it will occupy both real world niches and unreal
> world niches. The deity may have moved on to the Great Beyond, but
> it's retinue left behind is still ruining the real estate prices in
> the neighbourhood.

So what? Ruined real estate prices in one neighborhood necessitate burgeoning
real estate prices in another neighborhood. (They're not making any more land,
don't you know.)
Accordingly, contact your nearest extropian real estate broker, and quit all
this negative whining.

--J. R.

"Belief in progress is a doctrine of idlers and Belgians. It is the individual
relying on his neighbors to do his work." Charles Baudelaire

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