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Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanI place transparency as a very high priority
Posted By: AngusPresumably judicial review boards and appellate courts. The question will be whether these are human institutions or AI institutions. It's all a process leading to us working for the Machine rather than for the Man.
In the end, what difference does it really make, provided there is beer and skittles?
Posted By: AngusThat's interesting. Are the inner workings of a human judge's mind as he decides a sentence any more accessible than the secrets of the AI algorithm?
Generally a judge would be asked to provide a rationalisation for what he does, and that might or might not actually clarify his thinking. It would probably be relatively simple to ask the AI to do the same thing.
Posted By: AngusThat is essentially what I was trying to say. The AI I have in mind is a learning network.
Posted By: pcstruthe networks works like X (which can be represented as a mathematical formulae) and that they operate in two modes, a learning mode where data is used to weight the nodes and and an operational mode where the trained network process an input and produces an output.
Posted By: AngusPosted By: pcstruthe networks works like X (which can be represented as a mathematical formulae) and that they operate in two modes, a learning mode where data is used to weight the nodes and and an operational mode where the trained network process an input and produces an output.
Is it known that X can be represented as a mathematical formula in practice?
I suppose at root an AI is a deterministic machine, but after some level does it not enter the chaotic realm where you really can't predict the outcome because it is so sensitive to initial conditions? Like humans?