I like songs that evoke strong emotions. Here are some of my favorites:
Jonathan Young - The Phantom of the Opera (cover)
Breaking Benjamin - Dear Agony
Disturbed - Inside the Fire
Red - Not Alone
Ad Infinitum - Unstoppable
If the drug hasn't been approved, then those participants weren't going to get it anyway, so they're no worse off in the trial.
The point is what it's not obvious whether we'd want an AI to gamble with human extinction in order to avoid morally questionable outcomes, and that this is an important question to get right.
In that case, I get a different answer:
The shortest path to the wall avoiding the semicircular FOV is a quarter-circle with length pi/2 times r (arriving at a distance r from the night watch).
Please clarify the problem statement (maybe include a diagram of the initial setup):
A single satanist could say it.
"I worship God XOR I am married."
Yep, it was a joke saying basically "make sure your alternative isn't a straw hypothesis."
I suppose it's possible that the house elves are to blame. I'll make sure to consider this alongside my other theory.
My biggest mistake was modeling the encounters as independent points of failure. I had considered the possibility of hit points or something similar, but I didn't put in the effort to check e.g. how encounter failure rates varied with depth.