Someone on Hacker News had the idea of putting COVID patients on an airplane to increase air pressure (which is part of how ventilators work, due to Fick's law of diffusion).
Could this genuinely work?
Hey, I'm a student at the University of Copenhagen in Bioinformatics/Computer Science and I'd like to help any way I can. If there's anything I can do to help let me know.
Is there no way to actually delete a comment? :)
never mind this was stupid
Where did the term on the top of page three of this paper after "a team's chance of winning increases by" come from?
Will it be feasible in the next decade or so to actually do real research into how to make sure AI systems don't instantiate anything with any non-negligible level of sentience?
Two random questions.
1) what is the chance of AGI first happening in Russia? Are they laggards in AI compared to the US and China?
2) is there a connection between fuzzy logic and the logical uncertainty of interest to MIRI or not really?
Any value in working on a website with resources on the necessary prerequisites for AI safety research? The best books and papers to read, etc. And maybe an overview of the key problems and results? Perhaps later that could lead to an ebook or online course.
I agree - great idea!