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jmh comments on Could utility functions be for narrow AI only, and downright antithetical to AGI? - Less Wrong Discussion

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Comment author: jmh 20 March 2017 12:21:43PM 0 points [-]

Just wondering if you've ever read an old economic article by Ron Heiner: The Origins of Predictable Behavior. 1984 (I think) Am. Econ. Rev. It's probably very sympathetic to your last paragraph. (and on a slightly different slant, the recent Qunata article about evolution: https://www.quantamagazine.org/20170314-time-dependent-rate-phenomenon-evolution-viruses/)