You're right, it was not specific enough to contribute to the conversation. However, my point was very understandable, though general. I don't believe that there is a control problem because I don't believe AI means what most people think it does.
To elaborate, learning algorithms are just learning algorithms and always will be. No one in the actual practical world who is working on AI is trying to build anything like any sort of entity that has a will. And humans have forgotten about will for some reason, and that's why they're scared of AI.
I'm not exactly sure about the whole effective altruism ultimatum of "more money equals more better". Obviously it may be that the whole control problem is completely the wrong question. In my opinion, this is the case.
Is there a link to the facebook post anywhere? In the meantime, I'll just leave this here:
)|(Just look at Zahir, he did exactly one instance of what I do all the time.
Google is your friend. Here is an example link:
I have smird'(proof)#regular question, did this just safe it but only for me?
Regular, "dont think about the irony"
Regular I'm fairly certain phrasing things like Harry Potter reference is actually bad for the rationalist community.
Normal "introducing myself", normal I am of faith.