Value erosion

Dafoe, Allan (2019) Value Erosionerosion for FHI July 2019, July 25.

Bostrom, Nick (2004) The Futurefuture of Human Evolutionhuman evolution (2004), in Charles Tandy (ed.) Death and Anti-Death: Two Hundred Years after Kant, Fifty Years after Turing, vol. 2, Palo Alto, California: Ria University Press, pp. 339–371.

Christiano, Paul (2019) What failure looks likeLessWrong, March 17.

Hanson, Robin (2016) The Age of EmEm: Work, Love, and Life When Robots Rule the Earth, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Value erosion refers to a process by which competitive dynamics could eventually lead to "the proliferation of forms of life (countries, companies, autonomous AIs) which lock-in bad values", if those forms of life outcompete others (Dafoe, 2020). 

Further reading

Value Erosion for FHI July 2019

The Future of Human Evolution (2004)

What failure looks like

Age of Em

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AI risk | dystopia |  longtermism | value lock-in

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