Four short links: 13 September 2016

Surveillaphone, Logical Induction, Reading List, and Open Information

By Nat Torkington
September 13, 2016
  1. Gordon Bell No Longer LifeloggingBetter hardware plus artificial intelligence should do both the capturing and the retrieval of all our personal data automatically.
  2. My New Paper on Logical InductionI think there’s a good chance that this framework will open up new avenues of study in questions of metamathematics, decision theory, game theory, and computational reflection that have long seemed intractable. I’m also cautiously optimistic that they’ll improve our understanding of decision theory and counterfactual reasoning, and other problems related to AI value alignment.
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  4. Vacation Reading List (Liza Daly) — book recommendations from a smart and interesting person.
  5. Carl Malamud has Standards — wonderful piece on the most dedicated open information worker I know.
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