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by Jessica Taylor 762 days ago | link | parent

Yeah, this seems like the most natural way to deal with things like “chocolate” that aren’t yet well-defined. In this case, the instrumental preferences themselves will be treated as historical facts (it’s assumed that they’re already well-defined enough to learn).



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