[ExI] Economics of SENS
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Tue Jun 17 13:16:53 UTC 2008
On 6/17/08, Aleksei Riikonen <aleksei at iki.fi> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 2:40 PM, Kaj Sotala <xuenay at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I tend to agree with Aleksei's point that we're likely to have very
> > advanced AI by the time indefinite lifespans are possible, with a
> > difficult-to-measure impact on economic estimates such as these,
> > however.
> What's difficult to measure about whether companies will choose to
> hire humans once there is higher quality labour available for a
> fraction of the cost?
It's difficult to measure if the AIs will rapidly come up with a cheap
and easy method of uploading us all into superintelligences as well,
or if a single AI will happen to take over the world, and if so, what
kind of programming it has and whether its programming will lead it to
implementing an entirely new sort of economy or maybe wiping out
humanity altogether, etc.
That sort of thing.
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