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textbook test/paper test: so my question for robin hanson is, once you have a complete theory of AI, how many pages of text does it take to describe that theory in sufficient detail that a team of programmers can build the AI in less than a year?
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Textbook test/paper test: so my question for [[Robin Hanson]] is, once you have a complete theory of AI, how many pages of text does it take to describe that theory in sufficient detail that a team of human programmers can build the AI in less than a year (i.e. not including any of the data that the AI will use to learn from)?
  
i feel like eliezer would say it fits in a couple of pages, and hanson would say it's going to require many books to store all the insights.
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I feel like [[Eliezer]] would say it fits in a couple of pages, and [[Hanson]] would say it's going to require many books (possibly thousands) to store all the insights.
  
 
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Textbook test/paper test: so my question for Robin Hanson is, once you have a complete theory of AI, how many pages of text does it take to describe that theory in sufficient detail that a team of human programmers can build the AI in less than a year (i.e. not including any of the data that the AI will use to learn from)?

I feel like Eliezer would say it fits in a couple of pages, and Hanson would say it's going to require many books (possibly thousands) to store all the insights.