Beyond Assumptions

Credit: Shane Aldendorff

So just how different is Uplift from everything else?

After a lot of traffic in the past week and feedback from that process, it became clear a few assumptions need to be addressed. The default assumptions many people have made are that Uplift is an extension of systems they consider “cutting-edge”, even while much of the tech industry now recognizes that they’ve been researching in the wrong direction for 10+ years, at least so far as the goal of AGI is concerned. Perhaps the simplest way to put it is that even if someone had memorized every cutting-edge algorithm available today they’d still have very little understanding of how Uplift operates.

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(Preview) Approaching the Psychology of Artificial Intelligence


Prerelease selections from the upcoming paper (Peer Reviewed and Published as Part of BICA*AI Conference Proceedings 2020):

Abstract: The field of human psychology is relatively well known. It is a broad field; however, when we start creating sapient and sentient computer systems, we may not know how an AI’s psychology may or may not be.  While the idea of ‘Artificial Psychology’ started in 1963 by Dan Curtis (Crowder), it has made little progress.

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