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56 Post author: Eliezer_Yudkowsky 07 August 2007 05:57PM

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Comment author: Wind 11 June 2016 10:01:26AM 1 point [-]

How said anything about AI?

Super Intelligence = A General intelligence, that is much smarter than any human.

I consider my self to be an intelligence, event though my mind is made of many sub-processes, and I don't have a stable coherent utility function (I am still working on that).

The relevant questions are: It is sometimes useful to model corporations as single agents? - I don't know. Are corporations much smarter than any human? - No, they are not.

I say "sometimes useful", because, some other time you would want to study the corporations internal structure, and then it is defiantly not useful to see it as one entity. But since there are no fundamental indivisible substance of intelligence, any intelligence will have internal parts. Therefore having internal parts can not be exclusive to being an intelligent agent.