While last week I talked at U Rochester, the next three weeks I talk at: April 26, 4:30pm, PPEL, Olscamp Hall 111, BGSU, near Toledo. May 3, noon, AI lunch, Gates center 6115, CMU, Pittsburgh. May 10, 5pm,
I think there is only one building 4. The event May 10 is open, but I'm not sure about the May 11 event.
Robin, Is the MIT event open to the public? (I'm not an MIT student) will building 4 be access controlled? And this is the building 4 off of Killian Cort right?
What *else* is a commited human to do in such a situation? (He's even planning ahead, building his 'paper' trail now..:-)
You must be risk-loving.
so we non-ems just have to hang on those two years, living off of the world boom that would trickle down a bit, and wait for whatever comes next. Cool. Now I'm optimistic again. Just 730 days...
Yep, makes sense. Looking forward to the book
But during those two years, the typical em would experience millennia, and the world economy would grow by an enormous factor.
Hey Robin, it's hard to imagine The Age of Em lasting very long before one of the Ems invents strong AI or a better theory of intelligence and can create and improve upon AIs from scratch rather than just emulating.
Do you have any thoughts about this? Is it addressed in your book? Or are you only interested in the time when Ems are the dominant economic force?
Edit: Just found in a video that you only predict The Age of Em to last 2 years which answers my question.
https://www.facebook.com/ap...bias is real.....even more so when communities don't address it