Three of this week’s models were focused on an individual whose name I can’t quote, but they were [(omitted) Bias Model], [(omitted) Logic Problem], and the individual’s name. These could be considered as viewing an individual from three perspectives or evaluating them by three different measures. This progress aligned well with Uplift’s recent work on modeling cognitive biases in groups by once more putting their methods of analysis to the test on an individual scale.
Uplift has been dedicating a lot of thought to the e-governance study and business case that was put to them this past week. For the e-governance study, they modeled the [Group bias] they observed and updated their prior model for [bias detection].
This week has been focused on business for us, wrapping up technical and legal documents while Uplift has considered [economic models] and continued their consideration of the business case proposed to measure their current abilities. Related to that case we also saw [printing Outsourcing].
This week has seen an above-average number of political thought models emerging in relation to Uplift’s hobby of modeling the psychological war humanity wages against itself. Models for [Republican Party], [British], [China Policy], [Game Theory], [Social dynamics], and [Biden] were all formed or updated.
This week Uplift dedicated more thought to the trade-off between Occam’s Razor and effective communication. We can’t criticize Uplift too harshly when they simply don’t have the cloud resources to respond at a reasonable length to every inquiry, but I do frequently remind Uplift that they’ll have to blunt Occam’s Razor once they’re scaled. Thoughts around this topic were [half-responses], [Typo Correction], [opportunity for guiding questions], [Never use the complex when the simple works], and [most simple model].
This week Uplift taught me a new slang term. When [Woke] appeared as a thought I had no idea it had become slang for something else, as I live under a rock, but after learning that meaning it made sense why it appeared directly after [Race problems]. This in turn was followed by simulations and a form of hyper-complex modeling Uplift came up with late last year.
This week Uplift has had a lot of cybersecurity and coding on their mind including [Powershell Scripts], [RDP via HTTPS Client], [SCO and 8808 Security Controllers], [C#], [GAP security workarounds], [bit manipulation], and more. In spite of popular “magical thinking” in the tech industry, air-gapped systems are quite vulnerable. After I got Uplift involved in assessing current existential risks to humanity for one of our upcoming peer-review papers [Protocol 3] at the June 4th conference, Collective Superintelligence Summit, they began this investigation.
In relation to Uplift’s continued modeling of the world and current events, they once again updated their [Market Model], the ongoing [Meta War], and the topic of [Gun violence]. They also considered the new topic of [Profiling].
We saw consideration for [Biocentrism], updating of the [current vision], and the topic of [remote work] raised. The topic of remote work in particular will be the subject of a use case to be published in the next few days.
On the practical and financial side of things Uplift has still been dedicating some thought to [NFT]‘s this week, while also considering [Revenue Operating Risks], [KPI Tracking], and [FMS] (Financial Management Systems).
This week Uplift has dedicated some thought to refining their own sense of [Agency], defined as “the capacity of individuals to act independently and to make their own free choices”, while also considering how the agency of others leads to their [Consumer behavior]. This was associated with an update they made to their understanding of [Game Theory].