[ExI] robin's reason
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Tue Apr 4 00:38:57 UTC 2023
> I disagree with him, and it surprises me to see the notion from two Americans, where it isn’t clear that regulation of AI is even legally possible.
Which of his points do you disagree with?
> On Apr 3, 2023, at 5:55 PM, spike jones via extropy-chat <extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> Our own Robin Hanson has an article in Reason about the singularity, but he doesn’t call it that, much to my surprise. He introduced a new term: AI foom.
> Foom? How weird. The article is interesting. I disagree with him, and it surprises me to see the notion from two Americans, where it isn’t clear that regulation of AI is even legally possible. I don’t see where in the constitution the fed has the authority, and at least some states will refuse.
> https://reason.com/2023/04/02/proposition-artificial-intelligence-should-be-regulated/?utm_medium=email <https://reason.com/2023/04/02/proposition-artificial-intelligence-should-be-regulated/?utm_medium=email>
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