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Meetup : Giving What We Can at LessWrong Tel Aviv

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Meetup : Tel Aviv: Nick Lane's Vital Question

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Meetup : Tel Aviv Game Night

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Meetup : Game Night in Tel Aviv

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Meetup : Tel Aviv: Hardware Verification and FAI

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Meetup : Tel Aviv: Black Holes after Jacob Bekenstein

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Meetup : Effective Altruism @ LessWrong Tel Aviv

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[LINK] Vladimir Slepnev talks about logical counterfactuals

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Meetup : Tel Aviv: Board Game Night

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Identity and quining in UDT

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Recent Comments

"Neural networks" vs. "Not neural networks" is a completely wrong way to look at the problem.

For one thing, there are very different algorithms lumped under the title "neural networks". For example Boltzmann machines and feedforward networks are both called "neural networks" but IMO it's more bec...(read more)

What makes you think so? The main reason I can see why the death of less than 100% of the population would stop us from getting back is if it's followed by a natural event that finishes off the rest. However 25% of current humanity seems much more than enough to survive all natural disasters that ar...(read more)

Hi Peter! I am Vadim, we met in a LW meetup in CFAR's office last May.

You might be right that SPARC is important but I really want to hear from the horse's mouth what is their strategy in this regard. I'm inclined to disagree with you regarding younger people, what makes you think so? Regardless o...(read more)

The body of this worthy man) died in August 2014, but his brain is preserved by Alcor. May a day come when he lives again and death is banished forever.

It feels like there is an implicit assumption in CFAR's agenda that most of the important things are going to happen in one or two decades from now. Otherwise it would make sense to place more emphasis on creating educational programs for children where the long term impact can be larger (I think). ...(read more)

Link to "Limited intelligence AIs evaluated on their mathematical ability", and link to "AIs locked in cryptographic boxes".

On the other hand, articles and books can reach a much larger number of people (case in point: the Sequences). I would really want to see a more detailed explanation by CFAR of the rationale behind their strategy.

Thank you for writing this. Several questions.

* How do you see CFAR in the long term? Are workshops going to remain in the center? Are you planning some entirely new approaches to promoting rationality?

* How much do you plan to upscale? Are the workshops intended to produce a rationality elite o...(read more)

!!! It is October 27, not 28 !!!

Also, it's at 19:00

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