Comment by loveandthecoexistenc on What will rationality look like in the future? · 2012-02-04T01:50:47.396Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW · GW

If some specific projects (...Rationality Curriculum) become a success, rationality will be much more widespread and, as a result, much less defined.

And 50 years is a bit too much for any notable concentrations of probability.

Comment by loveandthecoexistenc on One last roll of the dice · 2012-02-04T01:46:30.206Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW · GW

The most apparent way to talk about such topics here is to completely overhaul the terminology and canonical examples.

And then do something with the resulting referential void.

Certainly not a task for group of less than four people, and likely not a task for group of less than 40.

Is your attempt to single-handedly contribute, with all the costs it imposes, likely enough to give a significant positive result?

Comment by loveandthecoexistenc on Automatic programming, an example · 2012-02-04T01:29:32.291Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW · GW

Also related: - another outsider perspective explanation of genetic programming.