The “International Society for the Study of Information“, or IS4SI for short, summit of 2021 has begun. Our team will be presenting at the conference over the next week, going over some of our peer review papers for this year. For those unable to attend the conference it will be recorded, and those recordings will be published following the conclusion of the conference.
We can promise all of the excitement that the peer review process has to offer, though I suspect our efforts slated for the weeks following it may have a broader appeal. This will be the first large conference we’ve attended since we began releasing information on Uplift to the general public around the start of this year, so an interesting contrast may be drawn.
Among our scheduled presentations will be:
Philosophy 2.0: Applying Collective Intelligence Systems and Iterative Degrees of Scientific Validation — Atreides, K
Sunday, September 12th, 1:30 pm – 2 pm PST
Subjective Emotions in Independent Core Observer Model (ICOM) Based Systems — Kelley, D
Monday, September 13th, 8:05 am – 8:25 am PST
The Paper Artificial General Intelligence Flow Model — Kelley, D
Monday, September 13th, 8:45 am – 9 am PST
Bridging Real-Time Artificial Collective Superintelligence and Human Mediation, The Sparse-Update Model — Atreides, K
Monday, September 13th, 10:30 am – 10:55 am PST
Graph Database Systems for Supporting Artificial General
Intelligence — Kelley, D
Monday, September 13th, 1:45pm – 2:05pm PST
Psychology Considerations Of Independent Core Observer
Model (ICOM) — Twyman, Kelley
Monday, September 13th, 2:05pm – 2:25pm PST
Using Uplift & Whatley to Crowd-Source a Safe, Moral Concept Map for AGI — Waser, M
Wednesday, September 15th, 2:10 pm – 2:30 pm PST
Status Quo Existential Risk Assessment and AGI
Scenario Assumptions — Atreides, K, Kelley, D
Wednesday, September 15th, 3:45pm – 4:05pm PST
There is always more to discuss, and no doubt many of these topics will continue to live and evolve on our Discord server following the conference.
(Updated 4/28/22) For those who’d like to engage with us through Discord, you can use the invite link: https://discord.gg/gST3K9mqpf (This is a new fan-run server, as we’ve moved our primary operations to a more secure platform)
We look forward to hearing from some of you at the conference, and particularly to the more exciting things to follow.