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  • ...philosophy/conve rsations/messages/18647 It also contains a discussion of RL agents applied to the simulation argument, I do mention AIXI and what would happen if we considered it. As I said earlier, to repeat myself, nothing important could change actually because...
    Eray Ozkural Jan 1
  • ...irrelevant. No formulas are needed to discuss something so basic as I explained to you many times. Your formulae are redundant mostly. AIXI isn't needed here anyhow. I explained that too in previous comments (from 2012 to present, on the net). One could also formulate...
    Eray Ozkural Jan 1
  • ...philosophy/ conversations/messages/18647 It also contains a discussion of RL agents applied to the simulation argument, I do mention AIXI and what would happen if we considered it. As I said earlier, to repeat myself, nothing important could change actually because...
    Eray Ozkural Jan 1
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  • ...is any more, I cannot possibly answer to every misrepresentation of my arguments. As for Hutter's observer localization or using AIXI or RL in this problem, it is strictly not needed. AIXI doesn't add any power to induction, anyhow. That is why, mine is a better...
    Eray Ozkural Dec 31, 2016
  • Eray, You can cite Hutter's book. " AIXI ['ai̯k͡siː] is a theoretical mathematical formalism for artificial general intelligence . It combines Solomonoff induction with...Mar 4, 2016 at 4:30 AM, Eray Ozkural erayo@^$1 [ai-philosophy] < ai-philosophy@^$2 > wrote: Hi there, Where is the proof that AIXI model is actually more intelligent than plain inductive inference? I remember that Marcus Hutter gave a heuristic argument for...
    Jim Whitescarver Mar 4, 2016
  • ...philosophy@^$1 Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 6:30 AM To: magic-list@^$2 Cc: ai-philosophy@^$3 Subject: [ai-philosophy] Proof that AIXI is more intelligent than plain induction Hi there, Where is the proof that AIXI model is actually more intelligent than plain inductive...
    Sergio Navega Mar 4, 2016
  • Hi there, Where is the proof that AIXI model is actually more intelligent than plain inductive inference? I remember that Marcus Hutter gave a heuristic argument for...
    Eray Ozkural Mar 4, 2016
  • On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 2:32 PM, < alex.etc.miller@^$1 > wrote: On Friday, May 2, 2014 6:49:13 PM UTC-7, Abram Demski wrote: Alex, Fortunately, there is a result which shows that universal induction will converge to the Bernoulli distribution in this case. This applies to any computable distribution. This is only for pseudo-random distributions, right? That does not quite make sense...
    Eray Ozkural May 3, 2014
  • ...philosophers would also arrive at the conclusion that they are not simulated. The solution to this paradox is that an unlimited AIXI would know whether it lives in the simulation or not, because the simulation is different than reality. But the simulated philosophers...
    Eray Ozkural Feb 8, 2014
  • ...philosophers would also arrive at the conclusion that they are not simulated. The solution to this paradox is that an unlimited AIXI would know whether it lives in the simulation or not, because the simulation is different than reality. But the simulated philosophers...
    Eray Ozkural Feb 7, 2014