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So I was planning on doing the AI gatekeeper game as discussed in a previous thread.
My one stipulation as Gatekeeper was that I could release the logs after the game, however my opponent basically backed out after we had barely started.
Is it worth releasing the logs still, even though the game did not finish?
Ideally I could get some other AI to play against me, that way I have more logs to release. I will give you up to two hours on Skype, IRC, or some other easy method of communication. I am estimating my resounding victory with a 99%+ probability. We can put karma, small money, or nothing on the line.
Is anyone up for this?
While I am waiting for Oligopsony to play against me, I just want to say that I am up for playing the game multiple times against other people as well.
If anyone else wants to try against me, the above would still apply. Just let me know! I really want to try this game out.
Deal. Sending info.
I would still love to gatekeep against anyone with the stipulation that we release the logs.
I have offered in the past, but every AI backed out.
I will genuinely read everything you write, and can give you up to two hours. We can put karma, cash, or nothing on the line. Favorable odds too.
I don't think I will lose with a probability over 99% because I will play to win.
EDIT: Looks like my opponent is backing out. Anyone else want to try?
I think that there is not a possible string of characters that could convince me.
When my girlfriend and I sat down last night to read the latest chapter she actually said to me after starting: "Ehh, this is a Hermione chapter, let's do something else and read this later."
I think I agree with you.
The planetary transportation government I find really intriguing for some reason. First I have ever heard of anything like it. Is it based off of something?
As someone who is an atheist now but raised Greek Orthodox, this is a bad idea. The lack of a Pope alone makes for a large difference.
I deny that the study had people all "doing it right". In Eliezer's case, I gave him the benefit of the doubt that he was intelligent enough to avoid obvious confounders.
If someone gets sick (for example) towards the end of the study and then shows a "negative 8 percent " fitness level then their data is crap.
If the study did not control for intensity then it is crap.
The difference between someone actually doing an effortful workout and someone just being present at the gym for a period of time is astronomical, and an extremely common occurrence.
The study had an age range from 40 and 67...
This study is garbage.
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