After nearly a year of writing only for conferences (and Facebook), I’ve decided that I really need to get (back?) into the habit of writing more regularly.
In an attempt to kick up both the quantity and the quality, I’ve decided to try to publish in an e-zine on average about once a week as well as posts here twice weekly.
My first two articles are already up on Transhumanity.net:
- The “Wicked Problem” of Existential Risk with AI (Artificial Intelligence)
- Backward Induction: Rationality or Inappropriate Reductionism? – Part 1
Coming up (hopefully soon):
- Backward Induction, Part 2
- Reclaiming the Ultimate
- Coherent Extrapolated Volition: The Next Generation
By invitation, I’ll also be submitting extended versions of two of my conference presentations to journals over the next two months:
- Shall Machines Be People (extended version of this and this from AISB/IACAP World Congress), Special Issue of Philosophy & Technology
- Safely Crowd-Sourcing Seed AI (extended version of this and this from BICA 2012), International Journal of Machine Consciousness
And, finally, I hope to attend and present at:
- International Association For Computing & Philosophy 2013: Minds, Machines, and Morals – July 15-17, College Park, MD
- Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2013 – September 19-22, Kiev, Ukraine
Hopefully, I’ll be adding more journals (and maybe a conference or two) as time goes on. I’ll be sure to publicize everything and provide pointers here (speaking of which, I’ve finally updated * My Papers * to include my paper and presentation from Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2012 in Palermo, Sicily in November).