Here is my presentation for the following paper titled Diverse Consequences of Algorithmic Probability.
The slides aren’t viewed well in the video, so here they are:
Slides to Diverse Consequences of Algorithmic Probability
Probably the most interesting thing about this paper is that I try to axiomatize AI. What is absolutely necessary for an AGI system? I believe researchers must reflect on this question. And if you’re into philosophy, you may find the claims about epistemology and mathematics interesting. And then there is the bit about infinity point, IP laws just don’t seem to work for an era of rapid technological progress.
BTW, I give a wrong citation somewhere in the beginning, Dowe should be Wallace.