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Musk calls for government regulation to ensure that market pressures to pursue AI are not civilization threatening

In calling for regulation and government leadership or direction on the matter, Musk departs from his typically unfavourable attitude towards regulation. He highlights manipulation of information (e.g. fake news, etc) as among major risks that an AI could be harnessed … Continue reading

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Pathways to power survey for administration to those who interrupt public conferences and other meetings with continuous blackmail hunting by use of triggers and observing responses

1) Do you think blackmail or similar forms of coercion are acceptable means of suppressing competition or scaring away those who are not willing to participate in blackmail? 2) Would a 360 camera in every pair of underwear be an acceptable … Continue reading

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When the logic of “periodically kick the bums out” is not enough

If there are major problems and the party in power has not only not solved those problems, but is unable to even acknowledge the existence of those problems, then many people will be inclined to go beyond blaming the party … Continue reading

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One way that neurotech can be dumb: “Any maybe leaders”, profiling relating to a policy position, and 20-year advance foreign suppression in an open country

The situation: A foreign group calculates a potential loss in the 20-year timeframe if Domestic Policy A becomes supported in government. 10,000 “maybe leaders” under the age of 25 have their social media accounts hacked for the purpose of finding … Continue reading

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Any back any stab blackmail culture of 2017

In 2017, people do not want to give their name to a stranger. In 2017, people do not want to tell a stranger even which part of town they live in until relatively assured that you are not an adherent … Continue reading

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Question: If there’s no proof of some technology being abused to nefarious ends, then why worry?

If technology exists to do some bad thing, in the absence of explicit enforceable regulations to prevent the usage of such technology for such purposes, the only safe assumptions are that a) they will be abused, and b) enforceable mechanisms … Continue reading

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Dependence on services like these would be really really smart, wouldn’t it?

One week after sending out private messages to some organizations relating to a petition on mind influencing technologies, Facebook now requires that I post my phone number on my timeline in order to continue to use their service. (Considering the … Continue reading

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Petition framing challenges

1) “Anti-Brainwashing” sounds pretty crackpot. (HOW BLOODY SOCIETALLY SUSPICIOUS IS THAT!) Potential solution: sanitize the petition of the notion of “anti-brainwashing” (which implicitly recognizes such a thing as “brainwashing” in the fact of opposing it). 2) Mentioning the existence of … Continue reading

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Ways to win #9183

A.k.a. ways to prostrate-win. Learn to respect what you disrespect, or else you will be unhappy or dissatisfied with the state of things. (Also, learning to respect yourself while rolling over on command may prove useful – for example, some … Continue reading

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