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"I’m just saying that there are many viable options for regulating AI technology". I hope so too and I would be interested in seeing a post where you flesh out your thinking on that. 

I think even some (most?) of the proponents of the 'pivotal act' idea would agree that it is a strategy with a low probability of success - they just think that the regulatory strategy is even less likely to work. I suspect the opposition to a regulatory strategy is in part due to the libertarian background of some of the founders of the AI safety field. But maybe governmental forces are not quite as incompetent or slow as they are assumed to be.