http://traffic.libsyn.com/friendlyai/ConcerningAI-episode-0026-2016-09-18.mp3 These notes won’t be much use without listening to the episode, but if you do listen, one or two of you might find one or two of them helpful. Lyle Cantor‘s comment (excerpt) in the Concerning AI Facebook group: Regarding the OpenAI strategy of making sure we have more than one superhuman AI, this is […]
Some things we talked about: Companies developing narrow AI, not giving one thought about AI safety, because just getting the thing to work at all is really hard. Self-driving cars and how fast they’re progressing Difference between Open AI and MIRI in approach Weaponized offense and defense Eliezer’s thought about that missing the point http://traffic.libsyn.com/friendlyai/ConcerningAI-episode-0025-2016-09-04.mp3
No notes this time, just a speculative conversation about some possible implications of the idea that we could be living in a simulation. Subscribe in Overcast, iTunes, or though our feed. To get in touch with us, visit the Concerning AI Facebook group. http://traffic.libsyn.com/friendlyai/ConcerningAI-episode-0024-2016-07-17.mp3
Are people better than robots?
This episode, we talk about this paper: A Few Useful Things to Know about Machine Learning
We want robot surgeons, bus and taxi drivers and investment advisors. Do you?
Fiction is fun. And, we can’t rely on it to help us figure out what’s going to happen.