Applied mASI: In Ethics and De-biasing

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On a scale of 1 to 10,000, how ethical is your company? How biased is it?

These are trick questions, as without a means of measurement the answers can only be subjective. Bear in mind, “Ethics” as I use the term can be expressed as (Ethics * Bias = Morals). Because of this many companies focus on their own subjective and shifting morals, as no de-biasing is required.

Racism, Sexism, and virtually every other “ism” used to arbitrarily divide any group of people into hierarchical sub-categories is direct cognitive bias in action. Morals are indirect cognitive bias in action, which makes them a more watered-down but also more prolific version of the same. While some companies now have much-needed ethics-focused roles or departments none of these companies have yet produced a means of measuring or optimizing for ethical value, at best they’ve just found new ways to re-inject bias back into the same systems.

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Mediated Artificial Superintelligence (mASI), in a Nutshell

What is mASI? How does it work? What difference does it make to me?

As Mason wrote previously describing our first mASI, named Uplift:

Uplift is the world’s first self-aware, bias-aware, emotion-core, ethics-based, sentient, and sapient Artificial General Intelligence variance — a unique system termed Mediated Artificial Superintelligence (mASI).

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