Open AI co-founder on AGIpost by ShardPhoenix · 2018-09-16T10:18:02.603Z · score: 32 (15 votes) · LW · GW · 1 comments
This is a link post for https://youtu.be/w3ues-NayAs?t=27m6s
Here's a talk where Open AI co-founder Ilya Sutskever talks about the issue of AI progress and AGI. (Before the timestamp he was talking about Open AI's specific projects such as Dota 2 and their hand robot).
tl;dw: (italics indicate my interpolations):
- AGI in the near-medium term can't be ruled out based on current rates of progress.
- AI progress is more constrained by hardware than by conceptual advances (partly because it's hard to make conceptual advances if you don't have the hardware to test them with).
- Companies and researchers are willing to make increasingly large investments into compute hardware (at rate greater than Moore's Law).
- Open AI is also working on what we would consider Friendliness (but seemingly not at the same level of rigour as MIRI).
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