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[Link] Program good ethics into artificial intelligence

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Ethnography recommendations?

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Recommendation request: Budgeting/accounting software for a non-profit

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Plan while your ugh field is down

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Useful Habits Repository

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[LINK] Should we live to 1,000?

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All free Stanford classes, continually updated

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Rationality Dojo Examples?

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Meetup : Ottawa Meetup - Computational Complexity

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Meetup : Ottawa Meetup - Learning Linear Algebra 2 + Social

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Lots of things, but the biggest win is probably snow removal services.

For $200 a year I save several dozen hours of drudgery, there's no management/coordination overhead to speak of, and my plow guy does a better job than I would have.

The commentary below has focused on child care - a more salient pain point for our demographic, surely - but the "elder care" angle actually seems much more promising. Still labor-intensive, but fewer regulatory nightmares (?).

Note there are some very large regional players in this game, but ther...(read more)

Thanks! LW was malfunctioning when I posted this, otherwise I would have.

This.

Also, schlep alert: this might be the densest regulatory thicket outside of healthcare, with huge variation in standards at (at least?) the state/province level. In my little environment of 13 million Ontarians, a recent arbitrary change of the teacher/child ratio allegedly drove a good many ...(read more)

Assemble a group of scientists who on their own could eradicate mosquitoes and just do it. Don't wait for official approval.

The appeal of this route is obvious, but I don't think it should be discussed on a public forum.

[Agreed](http://lesswrong.com/lw/mfy/crazy_ideas_thread/cjmg)! What would be the best approach (I'm a PhD student and vector-borne disease epidemiologist)?

* Writing one or more popular/lay articles * Writing one or more technical/scholarly articles * Writing a popular/lay book * Writing a technica...(read more)

Yar, have taken the scurvy survey, says I!

Your definition what counts as "AI related" seems to be narrower than mine, but fine. I trust readers can judge whether the linked resources are of interest.

Well, there's this ...

[ETA: link is to MIRI's research guide, some traditional AI but more mathy/philosophical. Proceed with caution.]