Causal Analysis in Theory and Practice

January 1, 2000


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  1. Dear Judea,
    First I would like to thank you for in writing this book as it (still) takes a lot of courage to question prevailing scientific views (interesting dynamic at play given that this has always been the case and that Science makes progress in this way) especially in such a significant way.

    One question that comes to mind, even after reading just a couple of chapters, is this :

    Given that the main stream AI today is still relying on the statistics method of correlations, which holds the AI still at the level one of the Ladder (animal), what consequences do you think that would have in the event of Singularity (or even reaching the Singularity in the first place) as opposed to having an AI that is able to reach the 3rd stage on the Ladder and behave more like a human child does ?
    Best Ismar

    Comment by Ismar — August 6, 2018 @ 9:57 pm

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