If CAIS if sufficient for AGI, then likely humans are CAIS-style general intelligences.

10mr-hire7moWhat's the justification for this? Seems pretty symmetric to "If wheels are sufficient for getting around, then its' likely humans evolved to use wheels."

Human brains look like they are made up of many parts with various levels and means of integration. So if it turns out to be the case that we could build something like AGI via CAIS, that is CAIS can be assembled in a way that result in general intelligence, then I think it's likely that human intelligence doesn't have anything special going on that would meaningfully differentiate it from the general notion of CAIS other than being implemented in meat.

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Crossposted from the AI Alignment Forum. May contain more technical jargon than usual.