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29 Post author: Eliezer_Yudkowsky 27 December 2008 01:47AM

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Comment author: michael_vassar3 27 December 2008 03:17:10AM 4 points [-]

"With a good toolbox of nonperson predicates in hand, we could exclude all "model citizens" - all beliefs that are themselves people - from the set of hypotheses our Bayesian AI may invent to try to model its person-containing environment." After you excise a part of its hypothesis space is your AI still Bayesian?