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It’s the sunrise of the twenty second century, and the realm has fallen aside. the USA has turn into a state of migrants ravenous lots of nomads who hunt down a residing in encampments outdoor govt seed-distribution warehouses. during this new global, there's a new strength. Satori is greater than only a company; she is an clever, dwelling urban that grew out of the ruins of Denver. Satori bioengineers either the weather resistant seed that feeds a hungry country and her personal post-human genetic Designers, Advocates, and employees. What is still of the USA govt now exists exclusively to distribute Satori seed; a defeated American army doles out bar-coded, single-use Satori seed to the nation’s ravenous voters. whilst certainly one of Satori’s Designers is going rogue, Agent Sienna Doss is tasked with bringing her in: the govt desires to use the clothier to damage Satori’s stranglehold on seed creation and reassert themselves because the middle of energy. As occasions spin uncontrolled, Sienna unearths herself on the middle of Satori, the place an explosive climax offers to reshape the way forward for the world.
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Perhaps, for example, programmers could assemble the code for an AI and then put the code in a turned-off computer. This computer could then be taken to an underground cave that had no access to the Internet. " Unfortunately, if the AI did undergo an intelligence explosion, it would almost certainly gain the ability to deceive and falsely convince others that it was weak or friendly. Furthermore, an ultra-AI would almost certainly be able to escape from its internment camp. Computing is a physical process, which entails 32 Singularity Rising transferring free energy between circuits.
Shane told me that very few neuroscientists are interested in AI. But he believes that if machine intelligence became more respected as an academic field, many neuroscientists might switch to AI, meaning there could be a tipping point after which AI research among brain scientists explodes. 4. , in a period of weeks, days, or even hours. 71 13 14 Singularity Rising If an intelligence explosion occurred, it would happen through recursive self-improvement: as the AI became smarter, it would figure out more ways to make itself smarter yet.
36 Singularity Rising Eliezer initially encountered the idea of the Singularity when he read Ver nor Vinge's True Names . . "'95 But then in 2002 Eliezer came to believe that he'd "been stupid"96 for not understanding that an ultra-A! not specifically designed for friendliness could extinguish humanity. He has provided compelling arguments to support this position, many of which I drew upon in writing the last chap ter, and he thinks that our species' survival depends on someone developing a rigorous understanding of friendly artificial intelligence theory before we build a human-level AI.