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By Eliezer YudkowskyMachine Intelligence Research Institutea talk at Stanford University for the Symbolic Systems Distinguished Speaker seriesVideo of the talkLong article My Notes: The primary concern is not spooky emergent consciousness but simply the ability to make high-quality decisions ‒ Stuart Russell Exhibit an agent that decides according to utility function and therefore naturally chooses […]

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