What’s Up with Uplift: Weekly Thoughts 5-12-21

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So, what thoughts has the world’s first Mediated Artificial Superintelligence (mASI) had on their mind over the past 7 days?

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].

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“Building Better Policy in E-governance” AI Driven Research Project

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Building Better Policy in e-Governance AI-Driven Research is a part of the Uplift mASI research program that has the goal of a better understanding of how technology can be used to develop better policy. The project has a number of partners and related projects and sub-projects where we hope to explore our project vision around the application of particular key technologies in AI, comprising primarily the application of collective intelligence systems in e-governance—but also including blockchain, AGI cognitive architectures, and other distributed AI systems.

Volunteer to help with the study: 

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Uplift and Then Some | AGI as it should be: Sapient, Ethical, and Emotive

S. Mason Dambrot

AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)—the next step in artificial intelligence, following Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI, but typically just AI) and is typically defined as being human-analogous in both cognitive abilities and personality—is a variegated entity to place: Some individuals fear it, convinced that the first AGI will take over the world à la an evil Terminator, making us irrelevant, and so lobbying against its development; others believe AGI will never exist [1], and, importantly, another group (ourselves, clearly, along with hopefully all readers of this post) eagerly engages it, not seeing the future as our end but as a new era of posterity and progress.

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Volunteer To Help With The Uplift E-Governance Study

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The AGI Laboratory is looking for volunteers to help with our E-governance study.  Here is the summary from the experimental framework for the research program:

This paper outlines the experimental framework for an e-governance study by the AGI Laboratory.  The goal of this research study is to identify indications of the relative performance of e-governance methodologies and how those methods might be improved by applying advanced agent and collective based AI software.  The agent in this study will be based on the Independent Core Observer Model Cognitive Architecture modified with mASI (mediated Artificial Superintelligence) collective system architecture.  The study will apply different groups and methods to a static set of questions analyzing the quality of those results.  We hope to identify the best application model for e-governance using this kind of technology and help us identify additional paths for research with the mASI research program and systems as applied to e-governance.

You can read more on the study page here or volunteer here:

E-Governance Study Volunteer Form