Bostrom, Nick


Bostrom, Nick

Nick Bostrom is working in the philosophy of science. He is currently attempting to develop a mathematically explicit theory of observational selection effects, showing how to make probabilistic inferences in cases where our evidence has been subjected to observational selection effects.

Articles on that refer to Bostrom, Nick

How To Live In A Simulation By Robin Hanson
What is the Singularity? By John Smart
The Matrix Loses Its Way: Reflections on 'Matrix' and 'Matrix Reloaded' By Ray Kurzweil
More Essays on Nanotechnology Implications By Mike Treder and Chris Phoenix
How Long Before Superintelligence? By Nick Bostrom
When Machines Outsmart Humans By Nick Bostrom
The coming superintelligence: who will be in control? By Amara D. Angelica
Movie reviews: A Beautiful Mind, Vanilla Sky, Waking Life By Amara D. Angelica
Cyborg Liberation Front By Erik Baard
Kinds of Minds By J. Storrs Hall

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Articles By Bostrom, Nick

How Long Before Superintelligence?
The Transhumanist FAQ
When Machines Outsmart Humans
Existential Risks: Analyzing Human Extinction Scenarios and Related Hazards
Nanoethics and Technological Revolutions: A Precis.

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