World Peace Engine Labs is a DECENTRALIZED AUTONOMOUS ORGANIZATION (DOA)A decentralized autonomous organization is an organization represented by rules/smart-contracts encoded as a computer program that is transparent, controlled by shareholders/users and not influenced by a central government.
Job 1: Make the world work, for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous interdisciplinary cooperation (SIC), without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone. (BASE) / Credits: Buckminster Fuller Institute
Job 2: Enforce the Human Rights (UFP: USER FIRST POLICY)
Job 3: Establish the Rule of Law (ROL) and the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDG)
Job 4: Pre-registered Intelligent Disobedience (ID) as a service / Credits: Ira Chaleff and Joichi Ito
Job 5: Our collective gained surpluses are going to the Global Unconditional Basic Income (GUBI) / Credits: Jacque Fresco
Basic assumption: "A company is a tool: An artificial intelligence with a legal status" BK
THE WORLD’S FIRST ARTIFICIAL GENERAL INTELLIGENCE IS OPEN-SOURCE AND NON-PROFIT
…and clearly understandable, usable, editable and multipliable for everyone from age six to 99
NAME: CLOUD ATLAS TYPE: True Oracular AI
Given that True AIs are goal-oriented agents, it follows that a True Oracular AI has some kind of oracular goals.
These act as the motivation system for the Oracle to give us the information we ask for and nothing else.
It is first noted that such a True AI is not actually nor causally isolated from the world, as it has at least an input (questions and information) and an output (answers) channel. Since we expect such an intelligent agent to be able to have a deep impact on the world even through these limited channels, it can only be safe if its goals are fully compatible with human goals.
This means that a True Oracular AI has to have a full specification of human values, thus making it a FAI-complete problem – if we could achieve such skill and knowledge we could just build a Friendly AI and bypass the Oracle AI concept.
Credits: Daniel Dewey, Luke Muehlhauser