Artificial Intelligence texts I’ve read
In no particular order. Recuerda que probablemente tengas notas más extensas por algún sitio.
La mayoría extraídos de https://aisafety.com/reading-group/ o https://agentfoundations.org/
Cognitive Biases Potentially Affecting Judgement of Global Risks, Eliezer Yudkowsky
An AI Race for Strategic Advantage: Rhetoric and Risks, Sean S.
Artificial Intelligence and Its Implications for Future Suffering, Brian Tomasik
This guy is a negative utilitarian.
Is MIRI’s work too theoretical? In maths, you can take the supremum of an uncountably infinite set, which you can’t do in practice.
If you have an uncountably infinite number of events, only up to a countably infinite number of them can have nonzero probabilities.
Impossibility of deducing preferences and rationality from human policy, Stuart Amstrong
Too theoretical. In particular, why should I care about maximum regret?
Refuting Bostrom’s Superintelligence Argument, Sebastian Benthal
Improving a Bayesian prediction function may have too high a recalcitrance
|N: I don’t really agree. Being able to discriminate between +-0.1db of evidence is probably already a superpower|
There is no fire alarm for AI, Yudkowsky
Superintelligence, Nick Bostrom
Intelligence Explosion FAQ, Luke Muehlhauser
Intelligence Explosion Macroeconomics. Yudkowsky
Strategic Implications of Openness in AI development, Nick Bostrom
That Alien Message, Eliezer Yudkowsky
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence, Bostrom and Yudkowsky
Problem Class Dominance in Predictive Dilemmas, Daniel Hintze
Timeless Decision Theory, Yudkowsky