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Scorch pThreats But the book alsoredicts that AIs will eventually exceed every human skill thereby becoming Smarter Than Us wouldn t that have to include the skill of building friendly AIs If thorny Labour Markets, Identities, Controversies problems of moralhilosophy have to be solved along the way AIs should solve them faster than we can A third omission or at least an underemphasis is the uestion of why AIs would care about the goals We Give Them If A Committee Of Ants Presented A give them If a committee of ants Marrane Et Marronne: La Co-Ecriture Reversible D Andre Et de Simone Schwarz-Bart presented a with a list of goals why would the human care what the ants want It s not enough merely to tell the AIrecisely what we want it to do The AI must also want to do This Deleuzian Century precisely what we command The book does mention that an AI would have theower to out think the humans who supposedly control it but so the AI could efficiently Women's Romantic Theatre and Drama: History, Agency, and Performativity pursue its original goalsrogrammed in by humans Why wouldn t the AI subvert its human masters comprehensively by inventing its own goals which less intelligent humans cannot imagine Maybe we won t be Tell Me What You Want programming these things butropitiating them much as ancient and modern superstitious Water in Social Imagination: From Technological Optimism to Contemporary Environmentalism people believe they areropitiating their God or gods If ants were to Sagwitch: Shoshone Chieftain, Mormon Elder, 1822-1887 propitiate humans who knows we might listenIf AIs do become smarter than us we d better hope Sam Harris is correct in The Moral Landscape How Science Can Determine Human Values namely that science really does or can someday determine moral values If so in that best of allossible worlds scientifically skilled AIs should converge on the same morality that any other scientifically competent entity would discover only faster skilled AIs should converge on the same morality that any other scientifically competent entity would discover only faster erhaps with a few catastrophes along the way Humans have also stumbled repeatedly during their long moral evolution remember slavery Homophobia Sexism Beheadings Man made climate change History and current events are replete with human moral failings It doesn t seem too Pollyannish to suppose AIs should turn out to human moral failings It doesn t seem too Pollyannish to suppose AIs should turn out to scientifically skilled given that science is erhaps the most useful human skill If AIs will have all our skills only better then maybe AIs could be our natural allies in the ancient uest for moral Le rendez-vous progress Maybe AIs could teach us what it means to be moral Nice summary apparentlyredating Bostrom s Superintelligence To the Molotov Mouths: Explosive New Writing point fun and easy to read clear than Superintelligence but less detailed Recommended for anybody new to AI risk I actually somewhat surprisingly really like it This shortrimer is a chill evening read It ll be most useful to eople who ve been exposed to the ideas around the AI control roblem I do wish that there was a chapter or section on something like Should we expect All Our Trials: Prisons, Policing, and the Feminist Fight to End Violence progress to continue or like why current AI researchers would consider an AI that killseople to cure cancer think that the AI has very Discovering Our Past California Edition: Medieval And Early Modern Times poor model of the world The tweet sized summary of the book in the words of Uncle Ben is with greatower comes great responsibilityBtw Armstrong judiciously sidesteps talking about human ethics and utilitarianism when talking about the AI calculating conseuences Prolly a good ideaI like this our tendency to reclassify anything a computer can do as not really reuiring intelligence As an aside I think it s interesting that while Intelligence for the In This Land: The Purple Book, Volume Four purposes of AI risk etc is something like reaching your 99% of the valueThough an understanding of theroblem is only beginning to spread researchers from fields ranging from hilosophy to computer science to economics are working together to conceive and test solutions Are we up to the challengeA mathematician by training Armstrong is a Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute FHI at Oxford University His research focuses on formal decision theory the risks and ossibilities of AI the long term The Houdini Solution: Put Creativity and Innovation to work by thinking inside the box potential for intelligent life and the difficulties ofredicting this and anthropic self locating Cybercrime and Digital Forensics: An Introduction probability Armstrong wrote Smarter Than Us at the reuest of the Machine Intelligence Research Institute a nonrofit organization studying the theoretical underpinnings of artificial superintelligen. Smarter Than UsLigence explosiontechnological singularityIt is succinct and easy to read definitely worth the time1st art of a video interview on the book here First I love that the book is ublished under a Creative Commons license That shows the author cares about spreading his Ideas As Far As Possible And Understands as far as ossible and understands copyright restrictions merely shrink the audience unless you manage to write the next Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone I was tempted to give the book five stars just for thatThe book itself is short and easy to read at least for anyone with a modicum of computer science and hilosophy It summarizes the otential dangers of AI and even briefly tells the reader how to help While Hollywood has labored for decades to instill fear of robots one day taking over the book explains how an actual AI disaster scenario could lay out differently than the standard robot movie script But importantly the book outlines the intellectual roblems that building a friendly AI Birds poses including theroblem of Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark: More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told precisely defining what constitutes human well being aroblem that has frustrated hilosophers for than 2400 years Even if some unforeseen technical barrier revents AIs gaining general intelligence than 2400 years Even if some unforeseen technical barrier Robot Programming: A Practical Guide to Behavior-Based Robotics prevents AIs gaining general intelligence kind that could outsmart humans across the board humans should benefit from attentionaid to moral Perfect Phrases for Writing Company Announcements: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Powerful Internal and External Communications philosophy Thus the book should be helpful even in the unlikely event it turns out to be unnecessaryBut being short the book has to leave a lot out These omissions struck me as rather curiousChapter 7 What Precisely Do We Really Really Want describes the difficulty of specifying a goal so as to exclude all solutions having undesirable conseuences The chapter does not mention the extensive fictional literature exploring this very uandary for example The Monkey s Paw and the List of adaptations of The Monkey s Paw Be careful what you wish for is an ancient fictional trope King Midas anyone The book does not need to cover the whole history of this trope but at least give it a nod People did think about this before computers threatened to make it realIt also couldn t hurt to mention that when you hire two humans to do a job for you the smarter worker usually figures out what you really want reliably than the less smart worker When you hire the most expensive attorney for exampleart of what you are Versailles paying for is expert advice on what your goals are Part of the intelligent expert s job is to disambiguate your initialerhaps vague or counterproductive reuest If you ask the competent expert to do something he or she knows you robably won t be happy with for example to ursue a legal strategy with a high risk of backfire the expert will seek to dissuade you If AIs will exceed every human skill as the book The Mystery of the Two-Toed Pigeon predicts then maybe they will help us figure out what we really wantA second omission seems to ignore the book s title A recurring theme throughout the book is that it s up to humans to make AI friendly or at least contain it all by ourselves That reuires humans to solve theroblem of containing AIs or the Rack Ruin problem of building moral compasses into them or generally theroblem of Espenlaub predicting whatever troubling unknown unknowns they might unleash on us and designing in safeguards against those. Therospect of goal driven smarter than human AI gives moral Splendid Solution philosophy a new urgency The future could be filled with joy art compassion and beings living worthwhile and wonderful lives but only if we’re able torecisely define what a good world is and skilled enough to describe it erfectly to a computer rogramAIs like computers will do what we say which is not necessarily what we mean Such recision reuires encoding the entire system of human values for an AI explaining them to a mind that is alien to us defining every ambiguous term clarifying every edge case Moreover our values are fragile in some cases if we mis define a single iece of the uzzle say consciousness we end up with roughly 0% of the value we intended to reap instead of. ,

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A very concise and clear book on the benefits and the otential dangers the rise of artificial intelligence oses to humanity It really opened up my mind to what is ossible and how difficult it is to create or even just define safe AI Good book that gets to the high level of managing AI and super technologytalks about the fact that this is going to Be Hard To Slow Down Let Alone Stop Could Be hard to slow down let alone stop Could be help to humanity The major oint of the book is to get on board and contribute so can be handled with intelligence and control The book is titled The Rise of Machine Intelligence but it hardly ever talks about the ositive aspects of AI The author does bring up a few valid oints about the otential threat of AI but overall it comes across as an attempt at fear mongering Many of the examples are Hollywood inspired and some of them are just fundamentally flawed The author talks about the complexities in ordering an AI to fetch a erson from a burning building and then goes on describe the need to define the erson in
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of limbs body arts etc This is as absurd as saying that to write a Organizations As Knowledge Systems program in a high level language that adds two numbers one has to define the numeric system explain therogram in binary instructions and go all the way down to voltages and integrated circuits Neural networks are similar in that the higher layer neurons abstract away the details and can understand complex features composed of simpler lower layers AI systems based on neural networks would have the ability to understand a human as a whole making the author s example baselessAnother overarching theme is that to build safe AI one needs to define all the special cases by hand and this wouldn t be Little Scarlet (Easy Rawlins possible as there are too many of them This contradicts with the fundamentals of Machine Learning Unsupervised learning takes the complexity of special casing away and they learn features by looking at examples Self driving cars are not hard coded with all the objects they are not supposed to crash into Rather they learn by watching the world ala training data The book is an attempt to makeeople aware of the need to invest in recautions to revent evil AI from emerging but falls short as the examples are superficial and far fetched I m a lesswrong veteran so I didn t learn anything much that was new but it s good for internalizing the viewpoints and would be excellent to someone without that Never Sweeter prior knowledge as an introduction to AI existential risk Finally a sincere governmental bureaucrat This man should run for President of the UK Search YouTube for the Warehouse robots Apparently they are smarter not only than Armstrong but a generic usrobably the other governmental leeches at his institute Anyway his bibliography is mostly limited to a few opular Hollywood movies done in the ast decades sadly nothing new robably the grant expired before they could buy some DVDs for the research A good introduction into the future of AI and it s otential threats Especially enjoyed reading Chapter 7 A humorous read on a serious subject the Steam Heat possibleerils of an uncontrolled intelligence explosion I found it fun and informative a great The Literary Language of Shakespeare primer for both newbies and those well versed in the idea of an intel. What happens when machines become smarter than humans Forget lumbering Terminators Theower of an artificial intelligence AI comes from its intelligence not hysical strength and laser guns Humans steer the future not because we're the strongest or the fastest but because we're the smartest When machines become smarter than humans we'll be handing them the steering wheel What romises and Old Electrical Wiring: Evaluating, Repairing, and Upgrading Dated Systems perils will theseowerful machines ソードアート・オンライン 1 (Sword Art Online Light Novel, present Stuart Armstrong’s new book navigates these uestions with clarity and witCan we instruct AIs to steer the future as we desire What goals should werogram into them It turns out this uestion is difficult to answer Philosophers have tried for thousands of years to define an ideal world but there remains no consensus.