[ExI] John's Idea
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 16:37:35 UTC 2017
Think about the most spectacular event you personally witnessed in your
I saw a woman pull in front of a pickup truck from a side street and the
truck swerved, left the ground, and did a 180 in the air before landing 30'
in front of me. They got out and no one was hurt, but the image still
lasts for me. Of course if that had happened recently there would be
dozens of pictures on Youtube, if only after the flight, which no one would
have been quick enough to get.
Now - what sort of link can't you find in your archive folder?
On Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 10:03 AM, John Clark <johnkclark at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 William Flynn Wallace <foozler83 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How in the world would you ever program an AI to decide which project
>> will turn out to be the next iPhone or Hula Hoop?
> I can't give you the computer code to show exactly how but if a AI can
> diagnose disease better than any human I see no reason why a AI couldn't
> manage a hedge fund better than any human. I don't believe in the secret
> sauce theorem, the idea that the human brain has a certain something that
> computers can never duplicate. I have always thought this but I figured it
> was so far in the future before AIs would have practical significance that
> there was no point in bringing it up in a thread about current events or
> libertarian philosophy. I figured wrong, the economic consequences of AI
> are relevant right now and will become more so every single day. So my
> libertarian beliefs must evolve with circumstances.
>> we all know many cases in many areas, such a book publishing, where a
>> great book had to go through a dozen publishers to find one that will print
> So human capitalists are far from perfect and there is plenty of room for
> improvement. Cue the robots.
> John K Clark
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