Hermione Jean Granger and the Phoenix's Call

  • Title: Hermione Jean Granger and the Phoenix's Call
  • Author: Eliezer Yudkowsky
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  • Page: 240
  • Format: ebook
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    About Eliezer Yudkowsky


    1. From Eliezer Shlomo Yudkowsky is an American artificial intelligence researcher concerned with the singularity and an advocate of friendly artificial intelligence, living in Redwood City, California.Yudkowsky did not attend high school and is an autodidact with no formal education in artificial intelligence He co founded the nonprofit Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence SIAI in 2000 and continues to be employed as a full time Research Fellow there.Yudkowsky s research focuses on Artificial Intelligence theory for self understanding, self modification, and recursive self improvement seed AI and also on artificial intelligence architectures and decision theories for stably benevolent motivational structures Friendly AI, and Coherent Extrapolated Volition in particular Apart from his research work, Yudkowsky has written explanations of various philosophical topics in non academic language, particularly on rationality, such as An Intuitive Explanation of Bayes Theorem.Yudkowsky was, along with Robin Hanson, one of the principal contributors to the blog Overcoming Bias sponsored by the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University In early 2009, he helped to found Less Wrong, a community blog devoted to refining the art of human rationality The Sequences on Less Wrong, comprising over two years of blog posts on epistemology, Artificial Intelligence, and metaethics, form the single largest bulk of Yudkowsky s writing.


    242 Comments


    1. Started liking it more than the source material. A lot of growing up done in it. Love the way Eliezer explores the world.

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    2. My opinion about the bookAnother book with even more problems for the young scion of the Potter House (which is noble). I, by the way, love how the writer of these series has come up with an entire social system of Noble Houses, Most Ancient Noble Houses, Wizzengamot and all those stuffy thingies. It makes that the story has a strong backbone, and it definitely gives foundation to think about more of the magical social structure of JK's universe.In this book, Hermione Granger is found guilty of [...]

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    3. This one wasn't really up to the standards of the previous instalments. It was still good, and still enjoyable, but it seems like a lot of exposition and set up for something, that doesn't ultimately go anywhere truly worth the amount of pages you read through to get to that point. The first half of the book just went no where, to the point where I can't actually recall what the point of it was. Oh yeah, S.P.H.E.W! That section went no where really and was a rather butchered attempt at the polit [...]

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