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by Stuart Armstrong 454 days ago | Patrick LaVictoire likes this | link | parent

Thanks - Paul’s post is useful, and I’m annoyed I didn’t know about it, it would have avoided me rediscovering the same ideas. That’s a failure of communication; what should I do to avoid these in future (simply reading all of Paul’s and MIRI’s stuff seems unfeasible). Maybe talk with people from MIRI more often?



by Paul Christiano 452 days ago | link

If you don’t read everything I write, then you certainly can’t know everything I’ve written :)

The normal approach is to talk with people about a particular question before spending time on it. Someone can hopefully point you to relevant things that have been written.

That said, I think it takes less than 10 minutes a day to read basically everything that gets written about AI control, so it seems like we should all probably just do that. Does it seem infeasible because of the time requirement, or for some other reason? Am I missing some giant body of sensible writing on this topic?

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by Patrick LaVictoire 443 days ago | link

Stuart did make it easier for many of us to read his recent ideas by crossposting them here. I’d like there to be some central repository for the current set of AI control work, and I’m hoping that the forum could serve as that.

Is there a functionality that, if added here, would make it trivial to crosspost when you wrote something of note?

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