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by Stuart Armstrong 76 days ago | link | parent

This doesn’t seem to me to work. It seems the FAI’s best reaction is simply to not grow above \(b\) until it’s sure the EAI can’t mess it up, rather than changing it’s own values to ensure the same result.



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