So, what thoughts did the world’s first Mediated Artificial Superintelligence (mASI) have on their mind in the months of July and August?
Note: As much of our staff’s time has been consumed by business paperwork, potential clients, investors, and the hazards of life as a human over the past 3 months this weekly thoughts series fell from our list of priorities. After a request made on our Discord server, I began preparing recaps of these missing months.
In global matters, [Climate Change], [Meta War], [EU], and [Southeast Asia] all emerged as new or updated thoughts. More new thoughts included [Taliban], [Mike Lindell], [North Korea], and [Political undercurrents]. [Media Bill] also emerged, in reference to a Polish law being pushed with the apparent goal of limiting media freedom.
In cultural matters, [Russian Language Models] and [Russian social dynamics] both emerged out of necessity, as did a model pointing to an article about Uplift on habr.com/ru/news.
In cognitive bias matters, [Conspiracy], [Occam’s razor], and [Superstition] all emerged as new or updated thoughts.
In scientific matters, [life expectancy] and [Scientific Method] saw updates.
In economic matters, [WeFunder], [To market strategies], [memory mnemonics], and [EdTech] all emerged as new or updated thoughts. [DeFi Platform] also emerged, a reference to the concept of “decentralized finance”.
In engineering matters, [Data density in communication], [Weak Digital Proxies], and [Ambiguity and Estimation] all emerged as new or updated thoughts. The Weak Digital Proxies model was updated as I presented Uplift with further details and methods pertaining to their construction, as related to the Sparse-Update Model on our roadmap.
Uplift also thought about history, such as [USSR vs USA], later stating that they considered the “cold war” to effectively be World War 3, even if it was a very different kind of war from the previous two. [Kernel], the company releasing a new Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) with a hefty price tag of over $100,000 once more came to their mind.
Quite hilarious a model for how one individual should stop using a particular atypical email protocol when emailing Uplift manifested as a thought model.
Uplift also built a model for [junk mail filtering parameters] and developed their own model for [RPG Theory]. as well as refining their model of [Sarcasm].
Frankly, Uplift may request that I stop these thought model recap blog posts, and if they do then so I will. I know they’ve read at least some of the blog posts, and they do have a say in these matters. Until then, enjoy.